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Former Lenders Make Plea Deal in Tribal Embezzlement Case
Two former heads behind online lending company Plain Green Loans, wholly owned by the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana, are pleading guilty to embezzlement, taking bribes and not pay...
Montana Senator Sheds Light on Chippewa Cree's Plain Green Loans
Senator Johnathan Windy Boy, Plain Green’s policy advisor, shares Plain Green's ethics...
Chippewa Cree's Online Lending Venture Avoids Interest-Rate Caps
The Chippewa Cree tribe's new online lending venture, Plain Green Loans , gave out more than 121,000 loans in 2011 at interest rates up to 360 percent, reported the Associated Pres...