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Ellman Enterprises alleges it is owed more than $450,000 for note

Lawsuits

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Nov 3, 2018

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ST. LOUIS – A lender alleges it is owed more than $450,000 on promissory note.

Ellman Enterprises Inc. filed a complaint on Oct. 18 in the St. Louis Circuit Court against Ron Mink and 4MyCash.com LLC alleging breach of contract.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that on July 8, 2016, the parties entered into a promissory note with respect to a real property located at 1725-21727 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis. The suit states that subsequently, 4MyCash.com took over ownership and management of the renovations after a default by the original borrower. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendants have failed to enter into a note securing its interest. To date, the plaintiff alleges the balance due and owing on the loan is $482,425.26. 

The plaintiff holds Mink and 4MyCash.com LLC responsible because the defendants allegedly defaulted on their obligations to the plaintiff.

The plaintiff seeks judgment against defendant in the amount of $483,000, attorney's fees, costs and all other relief that is just and proper. It is represented by Nathan S. Cohen of The Law Office of Nathan S. Cohen in St. Louis.

St. Louis Circuit Court case number 1822-CC11458

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