Richard Moseley Sr. was indicted in February 2016 in federal court in New York on charges that he ran a $161 million payday lending operation that charged illegal interest rates and, in some cases, issued loans to consumers who never authorized them. Moseley has pleaded not guilty and denies wrongdoing.
Richard Moseley Sr. was indicted in February 2016 in federal court in New York on charges that he ran a $161 million payday lending operation that charged illegal interest rates and, in some cases, issued loans to consumers who never authorized them. Moseley has pleaded not guilty and denies wrongdoing. File illustration MCT
Richard Moseley Sr. was indicted in February 2016 in federal court in New York on charges that he ran a $161 million payday lending operation that charged illegal interest rates and, in some cases, issued loans to consumers who never authorized them. Moseley has pleaded not guilty and denies wrongdoing. File illustration MCT

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