No really, they returned the movie.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today announced a 46-state settlement with the remnants of Hollywood Video over late fees being charged to millions of customers who were dinged with big credit card bills after the company declared bankruptcy.

“Imagine applying for a mortgage only to find your credit report is tarnished because of a video rental late fee you didn’t even owe,” Schneiderman said in a statement. “This settlement will provide important safeguards to protect consumers against abusive debt collection practices and will ensure that consumers will not have their credit harmed as a result of any outstanding fees claimed to be owed to Hollywood Video or Movie Gallery.”

Hollywood Video and its parent company Movie Gallery are in the process of liquidating following the success of outfits like Netflix and streaming movies on cable television.

Schneiderman said the settlement impacts about 200,000 New York residents. According to the settlement filed in bankruptcy court on Thursday, consumers will not have their credit impacted by late fees and, in case where a customer may owe a fee for a product the company can only charge the lesser amount.