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Pro racecar driver Scott Tucker, others ordered to pay $1.2B

A federal judge has ruled that professional racecar driver Scott Tucker and others deceived payday loan consumers and owe the Federal Trade Commission about $1.2 billion. The Kansas City Star … Click to Continue »
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