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09-30-2016

If you're thinking about leasing a new car, now might be a good time. Automotive site Wantalease.com reports there is an unusual number of attractive lease deals currently being offered. It says three models are available at less than $150 a month and seven more for less than $200 a month.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered LendUp to provide more than 50-thousand consumers with about one-point-eight million dollars in refunds and pay a civil penalty of nearly the same amount. It says the company's claims that it can help build your credit score don't add up.

Wells Fargo is facing more backlash over its fake accounts scandal. The State of California has announced it is cutting financial ties with the bank for one year, posing a huge financial loss for the company. Lawmakers also want the bank investigated for potential wage and hour law violations.

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