Capital One and three collection agencies agreed to pay $75 million to settle class-action claims that they called people on their mobile devices without consent. It's the largest cash settlement in the 22-year history of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Under the no-fault pact, Capital One will contribute $72.5 million to a settlement fund. AllianceOne Receivables Management Inc. will pay $1,434,672; Leading Edge Recovery Solutions LLC will pay $996,205; and Capital Management Systems LP will pay $24,220.

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