LOGAN – A local oil company says they provided goods or services to a now-defunct petroleum company, which has failed to pay for those goods or services.
Jones Oil Company filed a lawsuit July 29 in Logan Circuit Court against DeLong Petroleum Services Inc. and Tammy DeLong.
According to the suit, Jones Oil delivered goods or services to DeLong Petroleum Services between October and December in the amount of $12,787.12, which the company has failed to pay and refused to pay.
The suit alleges DeLong executed a promissory note with an agreement for monthly payments of $779.78, starting March 15, 2014, until the full principal amount plus 12 percent interest was paid off. DeLong Petroleum Services was terminated as an active entity by the West Virginia Secretary of State on Nov. 1, and Jones Oil says no payments were made on the promissory note.
Jones Oil Company asks for a judgment against the defendants for $12,787.12, plus pre- and post-judgment interest at the contracted rate of 12 percent.
Jones Oil is represented by Ryan S. Marsteller of Bailes, Craig and Yon PLLC of Huntington. The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Eric H. O'Briant.
Logan Circuit Court case number 14-C-200