The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered an auto loan servicer on Wednesday to pay $2.4 million in fines and redress to consumers for failing to abide by a 2015 consent order alleging it bullied members of the military.

Acting on a tip from a service member's father, the CFPB found that Security National Automotive Acceptance Co., an auto loan servicer in Mason, Ohio, did not provide $1 million in refunds and credits of the $2.3 million it agreed to pay to consumers under a 2015 consent order.

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