CC Transactions all have Corresponding CC Payments in Transactions List?

Starting on July 15th, all of my credit card transactions have a twin credit card payment posted in the Transactions list. Meaning, if I spent $5 for coffee, I have both a $5 debit for coffee listed as well as a $5 credit (tagged by Mint as a Credit Card payment). This does not show up on my credit card website's transaction list, so it must be a quirk of Mint. It just started happening and I'm not sure why. Any help, please?

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Heather,

Is this only happening with the one credit card account, because we have a known issue with that account that was actually just resolved for some users. Here is the link https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/957838-reopened-citibank-credit-card-transaction-download-issue...

If this is your account then can you confirm?

THank you,

Mint Maggie

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