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A Supervisory Highlights Report released by the CFPB Thursday said roughly 190,000 consumers have received $56 million in remediated funds after the bureau determined their indirectly supplied auto lenders had discriminated against them.

The alleged discrimination took place on loans the agency has reviewed in the last two years, the CFPB said, adding that the activity had financially damaged African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Pacific Island borrowers.

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