Ally settlement administrator will contact eligible borrowers soon

In December 2013, together with the Department of Justice (DOJ), we ordered Ally Financial Inc. and Ally Bank to pay $ 80 million in damages to consumers harmed by Ally’s auto loan pricing policies that resulted in discrimination. We found that Ally had a policy of giving dealers the discretion to increase or “mark up” consumers’ interest rates, and paying dealers for those markups. We found that between April 2011 and December 2013, Ally’s markup policy resulted in African-American, Hispanic, Asian and Pacific Islander borrowers paying more for auto loans than similarly situated non-Hispanic white borrowers. Ally agreed to a settlement and is paying a settlement administrator to…
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