JPM to Pay $310M in Restitution, $80M in Fines Over Card Practices

Just hours after agreeing to pay $910 million in regulatory fines related to the London Whale trading scandal, JPMorgan Chase agreed to repay $309 million in restitution to customers harmed by its credit card practices as well as face an additional $80 million more in civil money penalties.

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