The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Mission Hills payday lender James Carnes and his company extended payday loans that deceived consumers about the cost of their loans and continued to debit borrowers’ accounts after they canceled authorization.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Mission Hills payday lender James Carnes and his company extended payday loans that deceived consumers about the cost of their loans and continued to debit borrowers’ accounts after they canceled authorization. Diego M. Radzinschi The National Law Journal
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Mission Hills payday lender James Carnes and his company extended payday loans that deceived consumers about the cost of their loans and continued to debit borrowers’ accounts after they canceled authorization. Diego M. Radzinschi The National Law Journal

Mission Hills payday lender James Carnes to appeal multimillion-dollar penalty

October 11, 2016 5:50 PM