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And on May 13, two Vermont women sued Plain Green in federal court, alleging that the company is violating federal trade and consumer protection laws. Plain Green and the Tribe intend to evaluate the complaint and determine the appropriate response, said Rosette, Plain Green's CEO. Tribal sovereignty is being used as a shield to protect bad conduct, Matthew Byrne, a lawyer for the Vermont women, told HuffPost. The real problem is that it takes advantage of people who are in a financially challenged position.
Pennsylvania argues that Think Finances arrangements with the Cree, the Otoe-Missouria and Tunica-Biloxi amount to a conspiracy to evade state law. The states complaint alleges that Think Finance, as an alternative to making the loans in their own name, structured, participated in, and operated this scheme in which they act as providers of contracted services to the bank and the tribes, deliberately misrepresenting who was providing the loans.
That, the state argues, means Think Finance has violated Pennsylvania's racketeering laws.