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New York settles with South Carolina firm it accused of predatory lending

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
New York regulators on Friday reached a $3.76 million settlement with a South Carolina firm that they said engaged in predatory lending by luring vulnerable consumers into buying rundown homes financed with costly loans it provided.
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