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Hardcore Hunters faces lawsuit from fishing tackle supply alleging it owes more than $6,000

State Court

By Marian Johns | Nov 20, 2019

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GRAFTON – A Grafton business is facing allegations that it purchased more than $6,000 in merchandise from a Denver, Colorado fishing tackle supply and has violated its line of credit. 

Wright & McGill Co., trading as Eagle Claw Fishing Tackle, filed a complaint against Hardcore Hunters Inc. and Jeremy Bolyard alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

According to the suit, Hardcore entered into a credit agreement with Eagle Claw on Feb. 27, 2015, and has received and kept merchandise that has not been paid for in the amount of $6,432.66.

Eagle Claw seeks monetary relief of $6,432.66 plus interest, $1,585.50 in attorney's fees and other just relief. It is represented by John Keating of The Amato and Keating Law Firm PC in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

Taylor County Circuit Court case number 19-C-44

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