The Maryland Attorney General, Brian Frosh (D), announced Friday that his consumer protection division has filed charges against “Cash-N-Go Inc.”
The company, operated by Brent M. Jackson and related businesses, used the name for allegedly making unlicensed and extorted loans for people’s cars.
According to the new release, a person would be offered a short-term, high-interest loan. “Cash-N-Go Inc.” would keep the title to the car and if the person did not make a payment on the loan, the car would have been repossessed and sold.
According to the charges,
Other businesses associated include: Cash-N-Go Pawnbrokers LLC and Cash-N-Go Pawnbrokers Inc.
“It is illegal under
A hearing on the charges has been scheduled for June 2019.