Thanks for that! If you're using Mercurial, you can downgrade to the version 1.9 while this issue gets fixed.
If you're using Git, it might be worth it checking the Git Credential Manager and clean the saved credentials. Then when you start SourceTree again, it will ask you for the credentials again and it will save the right ones.
If this doesn't work, you can also try refreshing the OAuth token and resetting the Bitbucket password.
Let me know if this worked for you!
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