Bloomberg News
"We are…sending a clear message today to all companies under our watch that impeding a CFPB exam by destroying documents, withholding records, and instructing employees to mislead examiners is unacceptable," said Richard Cordray, the CFPB's director.

CFPB Takes First-Ever Enforcement Action against a Payday Lender

Cash America will pay up to $19 million to settle allegations that it robo-signed documents, overcharged military borrowers and destroyed documents during a CFPB exam.

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