Scott Tucker, a Leawood resident who was a race car driver, faces an April 17, 2017, trial in Manhattan, N.Y., on federal charges related to his $2 billion payday loan enterprise that prosecutors say exploited 4.5 million consumers with deceptive loan terms and usurious interest rates.
Scott Tucker, a Leawood resident who was a race car driver, faces an April 17, 2017, trial in Manhattan, N.Y., on federal charges related to his $2 billion payday loan enterprise that prosecutors say exploited 4.5 million consumers with deceptive loan terms and usurious interest rates. File
Scott Tucker, a Leawood resident who was a race car driver, faces an April 17, 2017, trial in Manhattan, N.Y., on federal charges related to his $2 billion payday loan enterprise that prosecutors say exploited 4.5 million consumers with deceptive loan terms and usurious interest rates. File

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