An accounting firm filed a report with a federal judge saying internal auditors at Pilot Flying J properly computed the amount owed to truckers following a rebate scheme that ripped off millions of dollars from hundreds of trucking companies.

Pilot hired the firm to re-check the company's internal auditor's numbers.

INTERACTIVE: Pilot Flying J investigation timeline

Pilot agreed to pay truckers the money they had been shorted plus six percent interest as part of an $85 million settlement reached in November.

Despite that settlement, Pilot is still facing about a half dozen additional lawsuits.

So far, 10 former Pilot officials have entered guilty pleas tied to charges they deliberately underpaid rebates to trucking companies across the country.

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