PayPal Extras Mastercard payments showing up twice on my account

How do I get rid of the duplicate listings of transactions?

Answer

Hello baltaziuk,

I am sorry you are having issues with your Paypal Mastercard. Here is how to address duplicate transactions:

 - Go to the Transaction tab and click on the duplicate transaction and Edit Details will appear.
 - Click on the Edit Details button and then check the box at the bottom of the pop up to indicate "This is a duplicate".
 - Click "I'm Done" to save the changes.

 You can edit multiple transactions at once by following the steps below:

 - Check the box to the left of date for all transactions you'd like to edit.
 -  Once you do this, the "edit multiples' button at the top of the page will become clickable, click that and a pop-up will appear.
 - From there,  check the box at the bottom of the pop up to indicate "This is a duplicate".
 - Click "I'm Done" to save the changes.
 * Please note that these changes can be reversed if at any point. 

 After checking the box to indicate a transaction is a duplicate, it will still appear in your Transaction list, though it will be greyed out. To hide them completely, click the gear icon at the top right of the transaction list (next to the “Add a Transaction” button), and then click the "Hide duplicate transactions" link. You can revert this change by clicking the gear icon again and then clicking the “Show duplicate transactions” link.

If your account continously duplicates transactions, there is probably a different issue going on that needs to be addressed by Mint developers. In that case, please use Contact Mint to report https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help
I am sorry for this inconvenience.

Thank you!
Mint Maggie

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