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Esteban Escobar aka Steven Escobar lend Mr. Shahbod Noori from Tehran International Weekly Magazine Corporation $15,000.00 on December 18, 2014 which Mr. Shahbod Noori promise to pay the loan back by June 30, 2015. As of date of this press release Mr. Noori had not pay anything neither have try to settle the debt.
On December 18, 2014, Mr. Escobar gave the loan a check#3969 for $15,000.00 payable to Tehran Magazine wich Mr. Shahbod Noori promise to pay, even gave a check#3092 for $17,000.00 which includes $2,000.00 interest for the loan. Mr. Escobar presented check to Mr. Noori bank and the check was returned 5 times as Non Sufficient Funds. Mr. Escobar wants you to know that he is currently suing Mr. Noori in the Superior Court of California in the County of Los Angeles for over $20K.
Copy of the NSF postdated check Shahbod Noori gave to Steve Escobar
Mr. Escobar is represented by attorney Steven E. Weitz from The Law Office of Steven E. Weitz. Also Mr. Noori is represented by attorney Michael H. Moghtader from MHM Law Group APLC. Mr. Escobar just want his money to be pay back to him, so he has authorized attorney Steven E. Weitz to arrange a deposition of Mr. Noori as soon as possible. Their hope is that Mr. Noori and his attorney instead of going to the deposition may settle before it gets schedule.
The goal of this press release is to get Mr. Noori and his attorney to contact attorney Steven E. Weitz to reach a settlement and there will be no need to do a deposition on Mr. Noori. Mr. Escobar wants to get pay back his loan and move on with his life. Please note that this press release comply with fair business practices and there is no intentions to slander, defame or anything liable included. All release is what is happening with the matter.
Editor’s Note: Press release was first published on https://pressreleasejet.com/newsreleases/2016/esteban-steven-escobar-sues-shahbod-noori-from-tehran-international-weekly-magazine-corporation-for-not-paying-loan-over-17k-back-as-promise