NEW ORLEANS – Wells Fargo is suing a customer, alleging failure to pay more than $48,000 for a promissory note.
Wells Fargo Bank NA, successor by Merger to Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota N.A. as trustee for re-performing loan Remic Trust 2002-2, filed a lawsuit Dec. 6 against Carolyn Ruth Mayo of New Orleans in Orleans Parish Civil District Court, alleging an unpaid mortgage.
According to the complaint, Wells Fargo is the holder of a promissory note for the mortgage in the amount of $48,421.68. The suit states Mayo was obligated to make payments on the balance of the note, but has failed to do so. The defendant is still indebted to the plaintiff for the amount of $48,421.68 plus interest, the lawsuit states.
Wells Fargo seeks the $48,421.68, all reasonable damages, court costs, attorney fees and all appropriate relief. The plaintiff is represented by attorneys Daniel A. Reed, Lawrence r. Anderson Jr., Anthony J. Russo Jr., Allison N. Beasley of Seale, Smith, Zuber & Barnette LLP in Baton Rouge.
The case has been assigned to Division A Judge Tiffany G. Chase.
The Orleans Parish Civil District Court Case number 2016-11916.