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In its complaint, the FTC accused Uber of posting misleading advertisements on various sites, including Craigslist and on the company’s website. (Photo: AP)

Uber on Thursday agreed to pay $20 million to resolve federal allegations that the online ride-hailing service duped drivers about vehicle financing and inflated how much money they could earn at the company.

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