WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered First Investors Financial Services Group to pay a nearly $3 million fine on charges the subprime auto lender reported inaccurate customer credit information to the credit bureaus.

The order issued Wednesday alleges the Texas-based company knew there was a flaw with its computer system that led to incorrect credit profiles being reported to the credit reporting agencies, but did not fix the problem.

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