Can I remove a Credit Card Acct from within a savings acct in the Financial Accounts section?

In the Financial Accounts section I have a Capital One credit card.  It's by itself and the current balance is good.

Then I have a new CapOne savings account listed, the balance is ok, BUT inside that same box is the same credit card as listed above with the statement balance.

Then in another box with 2 other CapOne accounts that I opened several years ago, the credit card is listed again...with the statement balance.

IS this normal?  Can I remove it without deleting the other savings accounts that in the same Frame/box?  Can I remove it without the original credit card as listed above getting deleted?

In other words, why is this credit card listed in its own box (which is fine) and then in the 2 other savings account boxes?

Help me please with good sound advice.


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