Someone I know kept borrowing me money many time total was around $12k. I don't have any evidence to proof how I give him money because I lent him with cash. But I only have loan agreement that we signed in front of notary. It was signed in 2017.
His husband who work in the bank got involved by told me he'll take money from my friend and transfer it to my account. But I got it only once. So,
I texted him and ask about my money. He said he's working in big position for bank and have a good lawyer. If I want money back, I have to sue them.
I got money back around $1 - 1.5k
Yes, if you had an agreement to loan money to someone and they failed to honor their obligations under the agreement you can sue them to recover the money damages that you are owed.
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