The Justice Department and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are alleging that Toyota Motor Credit engaged in practices that resulted in discriminatory pricing of loans, according to a securities filing by the company.

In a recent letter to the Japanese automaker's finance arm, the two government agencies said they are prepared to start an enforcement proceeding unless Toyota Motor Credit voluntary satisfies their concerns, a document filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission states.

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