Illinois License Bond for Community Currency Exchanges
This will increase the amount of the license bond for community currency exchanges from 10K to 50K. This provides services for cashing checks, drafts, money orders or any other acceptable evidences of money. The Director of Financial Institutions is permitted to require a larger bond amount. This cannot exceed the exchanges outstanding liabilities. This bond secures any liability the exchange inherited on any money orders, and for any sums due for unpaid checks, draft or money orders left with the exchange for collection, and for any liability incurred in connection with the services permitted under current law. This new bill will clarify this to include the payment of any penalties and fees incurred by the remitter in the case that a money order is returned unpaid. Under current law an exchange is permitted to provide a blanket bond for all licensees belonging to a statewide association of exchanges. This bill will increase the required amount of the blanket bond from $2 million to $10 million.
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