Kansas city star payday loans - Lawsuits: Payday loan scheme victimized consumers
According to the Kansas City Star, the basis for the judgement was misleading terms presented with the payday loans. The Kansas City Star reports that the FTC said the âpoorly crafted loan disclosures and automatic repayment schedulesâ associated with Tuckerâs loans would put recipients of a $300 loan on the hook for $975.
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In the five years it took him to pay off the debt, Clark told the Kansas City Star he racked up a whopping $50,000 in interest payments. He and his wife lost their home as a result.
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Scott Tucker (born May 5, 1962 in Kansas City, Missouri) is a convicted racketeer, former American businessman and racing driver. In 2001, Tucker founded an illegal online business, CLK Management, that made payday loans even in states where these high-interest, low-principal loans were restricted or illegal.
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