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July 20, 2014 10:21 AM

In a subprime bubble for used cars, borrowers pay sky-high rates

Rodney Durham stopped working in 1991, declared bankruptcy and lives on Social Security. Nonetheless, Wells Fargo lent him $15,197 to buy a used Mitsubishi sedan.

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