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

Judge orders the sale of Leawood payday loan kingpin Scott Tucker’s private jet

August 17, 2016 1:29 PM