The parent company of Discover Card will pay out 200-million dollars in refunds.  The case settles charges that it marketed deceptive credit card products.  The company will also pay a 14-million-dollar fine.  The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the company knowingly misled consumers about credit card extras like payment protection, credit report tracking and other "add-on" products.  Discover didn't deny the allegations.  

This marks the second major action by the recently formed Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.  In July, Capital One was fined 210-million-dollars to resolve charges that it also misled consumers into paying for extra credit card products.

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