August 20, 2013
CACH sues Beaumont man to recover $10K credit card debt
CACH LLC has filed suit against Beaumont resident Slade Smith, claiming the defendant has defaulted on a credit account and now owes more than $10,000. credit-cards
The suit was filed Aug. 8 in Jefferson County District Court.
According to the suit, the defendant was advanced dollars on a credit card account.
Court records show that the defendant stopped making payments on his account. On April 5, the plaintiff sent a letter demanding payment, but despite the demand no payment has been made.
“As of July 15, 2013, there continues to be owed by defendant to the plaintiff an unpaid balance of … $10,045.73,” the suit states. “Interest continues to accrue to the account.”
The plaintiff seeks to recover the balance of the account, interest and court costs.
Carrollton attorney Michael Scott represents it.
Judge Milton Shuffield, 136th District Court, is assigned to the case.
Case No. D194-617
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