CashCall was ordered Wednesday to pay $1 million in penalties and repay thousands of California consumers $125 each, as part of a state settlement over allegedly deceptive and misleading loans. The online consumer loan company has faced previous lawsuits and enforcement actions by state regulators and attorneys general in 20 states.
CashCall was ordered Wednesday to pay $1 million in penalties and repay thousands of California consumers $125 each, as part of a state settlement over allegedly deceptive and misleading loans. The online consumer loan company has faced previous lawsuits and enforcement actions by state regulators and attorneys general in 20 states. Sacramento Bee file
CashCall was ordered Wednesday to pay $1 million in penalties and repay thousands of California consumers $125 each, as part of a state settlement over allegedly deceptive and misleading loans. The online consumer loan company has faced previous lawsuits and enforcement actions by state regulators and attorneys general in 20 states. Sacramento Bee file

CashCall ordered to repay $125 each to thousands of California borrowers

February 05, 2015 11:00 AM

UPDATED February 05, 2015 06:45 PM

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