WASHINGTON — Just hours after agreeing to pay $910 million in regulatory fines related to the London Whale trading scandal, JPMorgan Chase agreed Thursday to repay $309 million in restitution to customers harmed by its credit card practices as well as face an additional $80 million more in civil money penalties.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency jointly issued orders against JPMorgan for "unfair billing practices" in using identity theft products, largely as add-on products for credit cards. The actions include a $60 million civil money penalty from the OCC and a $20 million payment to the CFPB's Civil Penalty Fund.

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