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When adding an account the OAuth token is getting saved incorrectly

I've been updating several computers (10 so far) from Bitbucket repos to GitHub repos. On all of them, I've simply deleted my old bitbucket account, added my GitHub account, and refreshed the OAuth token. I then edit the URL to the appropriate GitHub repo, and voila, I'm done. On one computer however, when I refresh the OAuth token, it seems like I'm getting my personal account credentials as my Git Saved Passwords instead of a Personal Access Token. The repos are apart of an organization. I'm not sure why I'm having trouble with this one computer. 

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