Why do my BB&T credit card payment show as debits?

I have my BB&T credit card linked up to Mint as well as my BB&T checking account. When I make a payment to my credit card from my checking account I see two debit transactions. One from the checking account, which is correct. Another debit shows up on my credit card account, shouldn't this transaction be a credit?

When I log into BB&T the transfer shows as a credit on my card statement as "Online Banking Transfer US".

Am I doing something wrong to make mint show this as a negative value to my card?


I reported the exact same issue I was having to support and it is now resolved. Hopefully it fixed other user's transactions as well.

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