(815 ILCS 122/2-50)
Practices concerning members of the military.
(a) A lender may not garnish the wages or salaries of a consumer who is a member of the military.
(b) In addition to any rights and obligations provided under the federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a lender shall suspend and defer collection activity against a consumer who is a member of the military and who has been deployed to a combat or combat support posting for the duration of the deployment.
(c) A lender may not knowingly contact the military chain of command of a consumer who is a member of the military in an effort to collect on a payday loan.
(d) Lenders must honor the terms of any repayment plan that they have entered into with any consumer, including a repayment agreement negotiated through military counselors or third-party credit counselors.
(Source: P.A. 94-13, eff. 12-6-05.)