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The $188 million Marriott Employees Federal Credit Union asked a federal judge to throw out a civil lawsuit brought by two members. They claimed the Bethesda, Md.-based credit union violated the Truth in Lending Act by failing to disclose the true cost of mini-loans for which members were allegedly charged an interest rate of 46%.

MEFCU argued in documents filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia earlier this month that the lawsuit failed to prove TILA violations.

Peter Strozniak

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