WASHINGTON — In a rare coordinated effort Monday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, all three federal banking agencies and the state regulator in Utah announced more than $112 million in enforcement penalties against American Express for card practices that allegedly violated a range of consumer protection laws.

Together, the agencies ordered three American Express subsidiaries to refund roughly $85 million to about 250,000 customers for a whole slew of alleged problems.

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