Gloria Parker Aug. 17, 2015, 4:36pm


NEW ORLEANS – A credit card company is suing a cardholder claiming she ran up over $25,000 in debt and has refused to pay for it.

Bank of America filed suit against Jolie M. Fournet in the Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

The plaintiff claims Fournet applied for and received a credit account, which is owned and administered by the plaintiff. Fournet allegedly used or authorized use of the credit card account in accordance with the customer agreement governing the use of the account with the plaintiff. Bank of America contends that the defendant breached the agreement by failing to make payments due on the account pursuant to the terms of the agreement and that the entire balance on the account is owed to them.

The defendant is accused of failing to make payments for her open account.

An specified amount in damages is sought for payments or credits due in the full sum amount of $25,846.99.

The plaintiff is represented by Elizabeth L. Hyman, Couch Conville & Blitt,, LLC.

The case has been assigned to Division M Judge Pailette R. Irons.

Case no. 2015-3758.

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