Welcome to the website for the Toyota Motor Credit Corporation Settlement
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) and the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") have entered into a settlement (or “Consent Order”) with Toyota Motor Credit Corporation (“TMCC”) over allegations that TMCC’s dealer compensation policies resulted in African-American, Asian, and Pacific Islander buyers paying higher interest rates than non-Hispanic White buyers, without regard to creditworthiness. Toyota Motor Credit Corporation, while neither admitting nor denying the claims, voluntarily agreed to pay up to $21.9 million to repay eligible buyers. The company will also change its pricing and compensation system to substantially reduce dealer discretion and accompanying financial incentives to mark up interest rates.
To be eligible for a settlement payment:
Buyers do not need to have an open account with Toyota Motor Credit Corporation to be eligible for a payment. It does not matter whether a Buyer’s account went into default or a Buyer’s vehicle was repossessed.
Instructions on participating in the settlement were sent to eligible buyers on December 29, 2017.