American Express sues business to recoup unpaid credit card bill

By Philip Gonzales | Nov 4, 2016

The financing company seeks to obtain a balance of more than $62,000.

MOUNDSVILLE — A financing company is suing Jeffrey M. Kady d/b/a Cosmos Inc., a credit card holder, citing alleged breach of contract.

American Express Bank, FSB filed a complaint on Oct. 11, in the Marshall Circuit Court against Jeffrey M. Kady d/b/a Cosmos Inc. alleging that the credit card holder failed to comply with the terms and conditions of the credit card agreement.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that it issued a credit card to defendant, on which defendant made several purchases. As of the filing of this complaint, the balance of $62,824.51 remains unpaid. The plaintiff holds Jeffrey M. Kady d/b/a Cosmos Inc. responsible because the defendant allegedly failed and refused to pay the aforementioned purchases.

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment against the defendant in the sum amount of $62,824.51, plus costs including but not limited to a $200 filing fee and $25 service fee. It is represented by James B. Atkins, Paul S. Atkins and Bree Whipp Ogle of Atkins & Ogle Law Offices LC in Buffalo.

Marshall Circuit Court Case number 16-c-196

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