Wells Fargo allegedly violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a federal law that protects active duty servicemen from things like repossessions.
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Apparently believing that the film Adventures in Babysitting was an instructional video, a Colorado babysitter is in jail for using the children she was watching as props in a bank heist.
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Nearly everyone in America with a car loan is making the payment on time, the Detroit Free Press is reporting.
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They do things a little differently in Japan. Now that we've qualified for the Understatement Of The Year award, allow us to elaborate. Here in the United States, banks rely on privately-contracted security services to move large quantities of money from one secure location to another. These armed guards roll around our cities in the urban equivalent of wheeled tanks, complete with heavy armor, tires that can't be flattened and enough bulletproof glass to make the president seriously consider tr
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