Why are my weekly notifications budget numbers not even close to what it should be?

Im getting notifications from mint saying I have spent numbers in a week that are not correct or even close to accurate. This is coming in the weekly notification. But when I log on to my account the information is correct this is a big concern!! Why is this happening?

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I've experienced the same problem in the last two weekly emails. For example, in this week's email the mint tells me that I've spent $25,000 in the last seven days on mortgage and rent, when we've really spent $0 in that category in the last seven days.

I think there is a bug with the email notification (although I can't find the place to make a bug report). It used to show accurate information and now it doesn't.
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