On June 27th, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered U.S. Bank and one of its nonbank partner companies, Dealers' Financial Services, to end deceptive marketing and lending practices targeting active-duty military. The two companies must return about $6.5 million to service-members for failing to properly disclose all the fees charged to participants in the companies' Military Installment Loans and Educational Services auto loans program, and for misrepresenting the true cost and coverage of add-on products financed along with the auto loans. CFPB Press Release.