The CFPB and the Virginia Attorney General announced that they had entered into a proposed consent order with  Woodbridge Coins and Jewelry Exchange, Inc., a Virginia-based pawnbroker, to settle a lawsuit filed in a Virginia federal court alleging the pawnbroker’s closed-end pawn contracts violated the TILA, the CFPA, and Virginia law.

According to the complaint

The CFPB announced that it has sued four Virginia-based pawnbrokers in lawsuits filed in a Virginia federal district court for alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Act in connection with closed-end “pawn” loans made by the companies.  The defendants are: Spotsylvania Gold & Pawn, Inc.; Fredericksburg Pawn

The CFPB announced that it filed a lawsuit in a Virginia federal district court against B&B Pawnbrokers, Inc., for alleged violations of the Truth in Lending Act and the Consumer Financial Protection Act in connection with closed-end consumer loans made by the company.  While the complaint only describes the loans as closed-end loans secured by