Why won't my cash transactions deduct from my last ATM withdrawal? I sent an inquiry about this via Mint's web contact form last week and have received no reply.

I enter cash transactions and check the box to automatically deduct from my last ATM withdrawal. I categorize ATM withdrawals as "Cash & ATM" but they keep inexplicably getting recategorized as "Transfer for Cash Spending."


Hello mark.godfrey,

I apologize in the delay for response from Contact Mint, they can be deluded with questions and work hard to answer all Mint user needs. Let me see if I can help you on this!

The way ATM withdrawls work is that when you check 'deduct from my last ATM withdrawl', Mint automatically splits that transaction into one with 'transfer for cash spending' so that it is not duplicated. I am attaching a screenshot of this process so you can better view how it works. Please let me know if you have any further questions,

Mint Maggie


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