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Dismissed For No Payment

May 16, 2017, Arizona – The plaintiff trustee filed this suit to recover alleged single post-petition transfer in the amount $20,800. The debtor was a trucking company in Arizona. It turned out that the suit was made in error as our client never received transfers from the debtor. Instead, the flow of funds was the other way around and it was the defendant who paid the debtor for services being rendered as a client of the debtor.

The plaintiff readily dismissed the case without payment upon our request.