PHILADELPHIA – An identity theft protection services provider from Arizona believes a Philadelphia business has breached a resale agreement the two parties entered into in 2011.
CyberScout, LLC of Scottsdale, Ariz. filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas on Aug. 23 versus Incent Media, LLC, of Philadelphia.
On or about March 10, 2011, the defendant entered into and executed a Value Added Reseller Agreement with the plaintiff (which was amended on May 9, 2011), for what the litigation states were “fair and reasonable prices” in exchange for the plaintiff providing identity theft protection services.
According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff sent the defendant an account statement reflecting a balance due in the sum of $14,174.33, but the defendant has allegedly refused to pay all or any part thereof.
Pursuant to the agreement, plaintiff is entitled to interest at 1.5 percent per month, 18 percent per year from March 29, 2016 forward, which interest calculates to $3,571.93 through the date of this complaint (Aug. 22) and thereafter at $6.99 per day. This is along with $5,669.73 in collection costs, which includes reasonable attorney’s fees in which defendant has agreed to pay.
For one count of breach of contract, the plaintiff is seeking damages of $14,174.33, plus $3,571.93 in interest from March 29, 2016 through the date of this complaint (Aug. 22) and at 1.5 percent per month ($6.99 per day) and $5,669.73 in collection costs, which includes reasonable attorney’s fees for a total sum of $23,415.99 together with interest of $6.99 per day through the judgment is entered in an amount to be determined and costs of this action.
The plaintiff is represented by Lloyd S. Markind of Burton Neil & Associates, in West Chester.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 170802243
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