TCF Bank getting into the car loan business

Gateway offers loans through thousands of used car dealers in 30 states. So far this year, the company’s made $200 million. TCF officials say they'll start offering car loans in the next few months.
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Gateway offers loans through thousands of used car dealers in 30 states. So far this year, the company’s made $200 million. TCF officials say they'll start offering car loans in the next few months.

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