The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday hit Citigroup with $8 million in fines and restitution for allegedly selling credit card debt with inflated interest rates and failing to send consumer payments to debt buyers.

In a separate action, the CFPB ordered Citibank to comply with a New Jersey state court order to refund $11 million to consumers and forgo collecting another $34 million in credit card debts from 7,000 consumers.

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