Bank sues to collect prior court judgment
A credit card company claims one of its clients has failed to satisfy a judgment of more than $100,000 against him. Now, the company is seeking the unpaid debt from the bank where the man has allegedly been depositing money.
Capital One filed an application for post-judgment writ of garnishment against BBVA Compass Bank.
In its court documents, Capital One claims it was awarded a judgment of $108,204.82 on April 8, 2010, against Saeed Ally. However, Ally has failed to satisfy the judgment, according to the complaint.
"As of May 17, 2012, Plaintiff is due the sum of $235,948.62 under the judgment," the suit states.
Since then, Capital One discovered that Ally has been making deposits into a bank account with BBVA, the complaint says.
Capital One is now asking the bank to pay Ally's judgment with the money he has begun depositing into his account. In addition, it seeks other relief the court deems just.
James W. King of Offerman & King LLP in Beaumont will be representing it.
Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, has been assigned to the case.
Case No. E192-495