HUNTINGTON -- Pride Acquisition is suing four individuals it claims owes nearly $200,000 in funds provided by Chase Bank.
Pride Acquisition is the assignee of the original creditor Chase Bank USA, NA, according to four complaints filed April 27 in Cabell Circuit Court.
Pride claims Jill S. Richbart, Marsha A. Cull, Ira E. Greene and Jerry C. Pulley were provided with funds by Chase Bank in the amounts of $45,558.26, $52,710.18, $44,861.59 and $53,140.54, respectively.
The defendants have not repaid the funds provided, despite agreeing to do so, according to the suits.
Pride is seeking judgment in the total amount of $196,270.57 from the four defendants with pre- and post-judgment interest. It is being represented by Clinton W. Smith.
The cases have been assigned to Circuit Judges F. Jane Hustead and David M. Pancake.
Cabell Circuit Court case numbers: 12-C-274, 12-C-275, 12-C-277, 12-C-278
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