Four nonbank lenders have agreed to reimburse consumers and pay penalties in connection with medical loans that violated New York usury and other laws, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday.

The lenders were accused of financing so-called retail installment obligations at interest rates of as high as 55%; patients sought them to pay for procedures uncovered by insurance.

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