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Andrew Gamber, Voyager Financial Group, LLC, BAIC, Inc., SoBell Corp

On August 14, 2019, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a proposed stipulated judgment with Andrew Gamber, Voyager Financial Group, LLC, BAIC, Inc., and SoBell Corp. The companies were brokers of contracts offering high-interest credit to veterans and other consumers and were owned and operated by Gamber. In the complaint, the Bureau alleged that Gamber and his companies misrepresented to consumers that the contracts the companies facilitate are valid and enforceable when, in fact, they are void under federal and state law; misrepresented to consumers that the product is a sale of payments and not a high-interest credit offer; misrepresented to consumers when they will receive their funds; and failed to inform consumers of the applicable interest rate on the credit offer. If entered by the court, the proposed judgment will ban the defendants from the industry and impose a judgment for $2.7 million in redress, $1 for a civil money penalty to the Bureau, and $75,000 to the State of Arkansas. The Bureau filed this complaint in coordination with the Office of the Arkansas Attorney General.

Related documents

Complaint

Proposed Stipulated Final Judgement and Order

Press release

CFPB, Arkansas State AG Settle with Brokers of High-Interest Credit Offers