STOCKTON – A credit union alleges it is owed more than $20,000 on a defaulted auto loan.
Safe Credit Union filed a complaint on Oct. 29 in the San Joaquin Superior Court against Juliet M. Diaz alleging breach of agreement.
According to the complaint, on May 3, Diaz purchased a 2018 Dodge Durango pursuant to a conditional sale contract that was assigned to plaintiff and plaintiff obtained a security interest in the vehicle.
The plaintiff alleges Diaz defaulted on the payments and it took possession of the vehicle and sold it in August. It alleges the defendant owes the amount of $20,009.22.
The plaintiff holds Diaz responsible because the defendant allegedly failed and refused to pay the deficiency balance despite demands for repayment.
The plaintiff seeks judgment for the principal sum of $20,009.22 together with interest rate of 4.45 per annum, costs of suit, and such other and further relief as the court deems just and proper. It is represented by Daniel B. Burbott and Duane Tyler of Moore Brewer Wolfe Jones Tyler & North in La Jolla.
San Joaquin Superior Court case number STK-CV-LCCR-2018-0013550