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america's largest bank j. p. morgan chase has agreed to pay at least a hundred and twenty five million dollars to settle u. s. probes into shady dealings on credit card debt sources exclusively telling reuters the bank has been investigated for bending the rules on dec collecting and selling , accused of something called robo signing that is signing massive amounts of documents without reviewing any records and using this method to go after consumers for debts they may not have owed as well as providing wrong information to debt buyers sources say the settlement includes fifty million dollars in restitution russell go to state governments and regulators