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Tribes reach partial settlement with FTC over online lenders
Posted: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
reached a partial settlement with the
Federal Trade Commission
over their online lending businesses.
The tribes agreed to stop threatening borrowers with lawsuits and arrests, The Oklahoman reported. They also will stop asking customers to agree to automatic withdrawals from their bank accounts.
The FTC sued the tribes in federal court in Nevada. As part of the case, a federal magistrate determined that the
does applied to tribal businesses even though the law does not mention tribes.
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Oklahoma tribes' payday lenders agree to partial settlement with FTC
(The Oklahoman 10/29)
FTC claims victory over payday lenders chartered by tribes
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