SPRINGFIELD — A number of business and individuals in Champaign County have been disciplined by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.
The department announced the following enforcement orders for March:
— Advance America, Cash Advance Centers of IL, Inc. of Champaign was fined $2,000 because it did not obtain any documentation of a borrower's income before making a payday or title-secured loan.
— America's Financial Choice, Inc. of Champaign was fined $1,250 because it did not input accurate information into the database to determine if an obligor was eligible for a loan.
— Check Into Cash of Illinois, LLC, of Champaign, was fined $2,000 because it did not obtain any official documentation of the borrower's income before making a payday or title-secured loan.
— Alfred Hocking of Champaign, a registered nurse, was reprimanded for self-reporting an indicated finding by the Department of Children and Family Services of a marital fight wherein he admitted that he was the aggressor.
— The registered nurse license of Melissa Peyton of Champaign was automatically, indefinitely suspended for a minimum of 12 months for violating a probation imposed on Feb. 15, 2013.
— The real estate leasing agent license of Brook Gosewehr of Homer was indefinitely suspended for failure to complete required hours of continuing education.