Friday, January 05, 2018

Hard Time For Kansas City Racing Car Rich Dude After Payday Lending Crackdown

Friday comeuppance courtesy of a federal crackdown and a local upper-class denizen that doesn't engender much sympathy from so many broke-ass residents demanding white-collar criminal enforcement. Read more:

Race car driver Tucker gets more than 16 years for lending scheme

A Kansas businessman and race car driver was sentenced to 16 years and 8 months in prison on Friday for crimes related to his online payday lending business, which prosecutors said made more $3.5 billion as it exploited millions of cash-strapped consumers.

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Put him somewhere nice where he can be "friends" with some of the people he screwed.

Anonymous said...

Not long enough.

Anonymous said...

Geezer Hater was his best customer

Anonymous said...

Yeah, the buttboi needed ALOT of cash to buy big LOADS of flavored K-Y and Preparation H for all those trysts in his favorite Barry BathHouse.

Anonymous said...

looks like he's practicing for his hard time in that picture.

They don't call it the slammer for nothing. #sorryNOTsorry

Anonymous said...

He'll end up at a gay club fed prison like Glazer did and only serve maybe 1/4th of his sentence like Glazer did. I bet you he'll be back in a race car come 2020.

alsam said...

Here's an interview with him from last fall. It's part of a racing podcast Dinner with Racers. Interesting to hear his side. Overdraft fees from established banks seem just as bad if not worse but are part of a highly entrenched machine.

http://www.dinnerwithracers.com/ep-73-scott-tucker-the-business-story/

Anonymous said...

He looks like he just got a sniff of Tonys baggies.

Anonymous said...

So H&R Bloch gets a pass for pulling the same kind of shit?

Anonymous said...

Club Fed vacay!

After he gets done shitting that log!