Civil No. CCB-15-1261
ALICIA EVERETTE v. JOSHUA MITCHEM, et al.
Alicia Everette seeks to portray a class of Maryland locals which obtained usurious payday advances from Joshua Mitchem; Jeremy Shaffer; Scott Tucker; NDG economical business; MobiLoans, LLC (“MobiLoans”); and Riverbend money, LLC (“Riverbend”) between will 1, 2012, and will 1, 2015, from the next businesses: motion pay day, foot penny Payday, AmeriLoan, joined loans, CashTaxi.com, MobiLoans, or Riverbend Finances. Everette needs an order certifying this suit as a category motions; a judgment from the defendants for infractions of several Maryland industrial regulations in addition to the Electronic Fund send operate, 15 U.S.C. § 1693m (“EFTA”); and so the expense of litigation and attorney’s charges. (more…)KEEP READING