Fidelity Rewards AmEx card transactions not showing

I recently posted the following, but later figured out how to address this myself. Reposting now with the solution in case others run into it:

Original Post:

I recently got a Fidelity Rewards AmEx credit card (issued by FIA Card Services). While this card is now listed one my mint.com account page, only the current balance is shown. No transactions are listed, so I am unable to track and categorize details of my spending with this card, which is one of the nice things about mint.com.

I'm guessing that this info would come from FIA Card Services (rather than Fidelity), but since the card is already listed in my account info, I'm not sure how to correct this. Anyone else have a Fidelity Rewards card who has been able to have these transactions appear?

Solution:
Transaction information with this type of card is only available from FIA Card Services. I added a new account by searching for FIA Card Services and providing my FIA Card Services login information. I then edited my Profile to "Hide from Everywhere" the entry (for the same AmEx card) that had been auto-imported from my Fidelity Account. So, now I see my transactions and I don't have a duplicate entry.

Answer

Hello donovan,

I am sorry about this! Please report this lack of transactional history to Contact Mint at https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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