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Category: Stipulation and consent order

Moneytree, Inc.

The CFPB took action against Moneytree, Inc., a financial-services company that offers payday loans and check-cashing services, for misleading consumers with deceptive online advertisements and collections letters and making unauthorized electronic transfers from consumers’ bank accounts. The CFPB has ordered the company to cease its illegal conduct, provide $255,000 in refunds to consumers, and pay a civil penalty of $250,000.

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Consent order

Stipulation

Press release

CFPB Takes Action Against Moneytree for Deceptive Advertising and Collection Practices