WASHINGTON — Some nonbanks are exhibiting "systemic flaws in their compliance management systems" dealing with debt collection and resolving consumer disputes, according to a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report released Thursday.

The agency's "Supervisory Highlights" report largely focused on a slew of problems and federal violations that the agency found while examining payday lenders, debt collectors and consumer reporting agencies from November 2013 until February. The CFPB ultimately charged these entities with $70 million in remediation actions that have not been previously publicized.

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