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June 27, 2013 6:11 PM

Troops allegedly misled by car loan program to get refunds

U.S. Bank and a Kentucky-based financial services provider agreed to refund $6.5 million to 50,000 military service members after federal regulators accused both companies of misleading borrowers about fees and costs associated with an auto loans program that targeted active-duty troops.

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