PAYDAY loan lender Wonga has been ordered to pay more than £2.6 million in compensation after it sent letters from fake law firms to customers in debt.
The letters - which threatened legal action - saw the UK's biggest payday lender add charges to customers' accounts to cover admin costs incurred by sending the letters.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said 45,000 customers will be compensated.
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