AVOYELLES PAYDAY ADVANCES, LLC v. Trista M. GRIFFIN.
Derrick M. Whittington, Whittington Law Practice, Marksville, Los Angeles, for Plaintiff/Appellant, Avoyelles Pay Day Loans, LLC. Trista M. Griffin, Bunkie, Los Angeles, for Defendant/Appellee, In Proper Individual.
Derrick M. Whittington, Whittington Law Practice, Marksville, Los Angeles, for Plaintiff/Appellant, Avoyelles Payday Advances, LLC.
Trista M. Griffin, Bunkie, Los Angeles, for Defendant/Appellee, In Proper Individual.
Court made up of JOHN D. SAUNDERS, JIMMIE C. PETERS, and JAMES T. GENOVESE, Judges.
Plaintiff, Avoyelles payday advances, LLC (pay day loans), appeals the test court’s judgment in support of Defendant, Trista M. Griffin, dismissing its suit for a promissory note. For the following reasons, we affirm.
FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
May 20, 2010, Ms. Griffin executed a note that is promissory pay day loans within the quantity of $275.00, payable in a single installment of $275.00 on June 7, 2010. Ms. Griffin additionally issued a check to pay day loans for $275.00 dated 7, 2010 june. Nonetheless, the check had been drafted on an account that is closed therefore, there were inadequate funds to cover the check. Thereafter, pay day loans switched the problem up to the Avoyelles Parish District Attorney’s useless Check Division. The region lawyer’s office contacted Ms. Griffin in regards to the useless check. Ms. Griffin then produced re re payment of $386.08 into the district lawyer’s workplace on August 23, 2010. Subsequent thereto, the district lawyer’s workplace mailed $305.54 to payday advances, the receipt of that has been recognized by the signature of Francis Keller, the master of pay day loans, on August 31, 2010.
The region lawyer’s workplace retained $80.54 for an assortment charge.
May 9, 2013, Payday Loans filed a Petition on Promissory Note seeking the quantities presumably due from the note that is promissory. […]