BECKLEY – A Houston-based business financing company is claiming that a Charleston business owes it more than $200,000 for financed equipment.
According to the Raleigh Circuit Court filing, Ascentium Capital LLC filed suit against the defendants West Virginia Vein and Skin Centers PLLC and Matthew Peter Arvon alleging breach of agreement.
Ascentium claims that West Virginia Vein and Skin Centers financed a SculpSure laser system and a Pelleve S5 Generator and has failed to pay the owed $204,705.91 and 18 percent per annum interest, according to the suit. The suit states Arvon was a guarantor on the agreement.
The plaintiffs seek the $204,705.91 with interest and $30,705.89 in litigation costs. Ascentium is represented by James Johnson of Wharton, Aldhizer & Weaver PLC in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Robert Burnside Jr.
Raleigh Circuit Court case number 19-C-366-B