LOS ANGELES - Bank Plus Corp. announced Tuesday that its Fidelity Federal Bank is selling most of its remaining credit card portfolio to an unnamed "international financial services company."

The $63 million American Direct Credit Inc. portfolio is being bought by the same firm that bought Fidelity's $78.4 million MMG Direct Inc. portfolio in June, Bank Plus said. Once the deal is completed, $2.2 billion-asset Fidelity would have credit card receivables of less than $10 million.

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