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Lawsuit: Think Finance Charged 400 Percent Interest on Loans in ‘Rent-a-Tribe’ Scheme

by Erin Shaak

Last Updated on May 8, 2018

Banks v. Kenneth Rees et al.

Filed: September 22, 2017 § 8:17-cv-02201-SDM-AAS

Think Finance, Inc., six affiliate entities, and the company’s chief executive officer are facing a lawsuit that claims they exploited a Native American tribe's sovereign immunity to offer consumers loans with unlawfully high interest rates.

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Last Updated on May 8, 2018 — 5:35 PM

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