PHILADELPHIA – A local credit union group is pursuing legal action against a customer who allegedly defaulted on the security agreement attached to their vehicle.
TruMark Financial Credit Union of Fort Washington filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas on Nov. 1 versus Shoria Zaynutdinova, of Philadelphia.
“Plaintiff [Zaynutdinova] is the holder of a security agreement, the terms and conditions of which were agreed to by the defendant. Plaintiff disposed the vehicle on Oct. 31, 2016 and there remains a deficiency balance in the amount of $20,507.80. As a result of the defendant’s default, plaintiff has a balance due and owing to plaintiff in the amount of $20,507.80. Although repeatedly requested to do so by the plaintiff, the defendant has willfully failed and/or refused to pay the balance of $20,507.80 due to the plaintiff,” the suit explains.
For this default and breach of the contract between the credit union and Zaynutdinova, the plaintiff is seeking damages of $20,507.80, plus costs.
The plaintiff is represented by M. Jacqueline Larkin of McGivney Kluger & Cook, in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 171003875
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