Jean Blanchard Mongeois

Jean Blanchard Mongeois A.K.A. Jay Blanchard Mongeois is the owner of Movers and Shakers Logistic LLC in FL.  Current and past lawsuits against himself personally and his company Movers and Shakers Logistic LLC.  This page is for informational purposes as I included summaries of the current and ongoing lawsuits that Jean Mongeois had with links to download the actual complaints. Read below and you decide if you want to work with Jean Mongeois or Movers and Shakers Logistic.



Movers and Shakers Logistic, LLC – Open and Closed Lawsuits

CASE Number: COCE23089745
Fort Nugent LLC Plaintiff vs. Jean Blanchard Mongeois, et al Defendant

SUMMARY:

The complaint filed by Fort Nugent LLC against Movers and Shakers Logistics, LLC (MSL) and Jean Blanchard Mongeois alleges various claims including breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation, civil theft, and unjust enrichment. Fort Nugent LLC claims damages in excess of $30,000. The complaint states that Fort Nugent LLC entered into a written contract with MSL and Mongeois on January 13th, 2023, to invest $40,000 in MSL. The investment was supposed to cover insurance payments and down payments for trucks. However, MSL and Mongeois allegedly breached the contract by failing to deliver prescribed payments. Furthermore, it is claimed that Mongeois solicited investment funds through fraudulent misrepresentation and that the funds were not used for the stated purposes. Fort Nugent LLC demands a jury trial and seeks damages, costs, fees, prejudgment interest, and any other relief deemed just by the court.


CASE Number: CACE20017461

Kimesha Henry Plaintiff vs. Movers and Shakers Logistic, LLC, et al Defendant

SUMMARY:

The Plaintiff, Kimesha Henry, has filed a Complaint for Damages and Other Relief against the Defendants, Movers and Shakers Logistic, LLC, Jean Blanchard Mongeios, Movers and Shakers Academy, LLC, and Jennifer P. Meade a/k/a Jennifer P. Mongeios in Broward County, Florida. The action seeks monetary damages in excess of $30,000.00 for breach of contract and fraud. The Plaintiff alleges that she entered into a contract with Movers and Shakers Academy, LLC for credit repair services, paid $3,000.00 as an advance fee, monthly payments of $160.00 for four months, and an additional monthly payment of $100.00. Despite receiving payment, the Defendants failed to provide the services, thereby breaching the contract terms. The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants for monetary damages, attorney fees, court costs, interest, and other relief the court deems just and proper.


CASE Number: CACE22009836

Rachael Moore Plaintiff vs. Movers And Shakers Logistic, LLC,, et al Defendant

SUMMARY:

The plaintiff, Rachel Moore, is filing a complaint for damages and other relief against the defendants, Movers, Shakers Logistic (MSL), and Jean Blanchard Mongeios, for monetary damages in excess of $30,000. The plaintiff met the defendant, JEAN, for credit restoration, and after the restoration, JEAN invited the plaintiff to invest in his company, MSL, which she agreed to do. The plaintiff wired $30,000 to MSL but never received the equipment lease promised by JEAN, nor did she receive monthly statements or accounting records for the operation of the business. The plaintiff believes that JEAN used the funds for personal use and that he defrauded her. The plaintiff is seeking monetary damages, attorney fees, court costs, and other relief. The complaint includes one count of fraud.


CASE Number: CACE22012699

Claudette Burnett Plaintiff vs. Movers and Shakers Logistic LLC. Defendant

SUMMARY:

The Plaintiff, Claudette Burnett, is suing Movers and Shakers Logistic LLC. for breach of contract and fraud in the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit in and for Broward County, Florida. Burnett alleges that the defendant entered into a sales contract with her for the sale of a Freight Liner Commercial Vehicle and accepted a deposit of $10,000 on April 6, 2022, an additional deposit of $25,000 on April 19, 2022, and another payment of $16,230 on April 27, 2022, and the balance would be paid over a 12-month period but failed to deliver the vehicle. Burnett also accuses the defendant of fraud, claiming that they knowingly made a false statement regarding the vehicle to induce the plaintiff to make deposits. Burnett demands damages, a jury trial, attorney fees, and other related relief as deemed appropriate by the court.


CASE Number: CACE23002570

Sion Horel, et al Plaintiff vs. Movers and Shakers Logistic, LLC, et al Defendant

SUMMARY

The complaint filed by Sion Horel and Bernel Morisset against Movers and Shakers Logistic and Jean Blanchard Mongeois alleges that they sold the plaintiffs a security interest for $131,940, which was purportedly for the purchase of a semi-truck for their transportation business. The semi-trucks VIN number was 4V4NC9TG5DN558109. Bernel Morisset paid $35,000 in modalities of checks and cash, and Sion Horel paid $96,940 in modalities of wire transfer and cash. The plaintiffs were not provided any contract, and the payments were made based on oral representations made by the defendants. However, the defendants did not form any limited liability company in Florida, as they had promised, and the security interest sold was not registered according to Florida law. The plaintiffs demand the return of the funds given to Jean Blanchard Mongeois


CASE Number:  2022-003348-CA-01

JAGI TRUCKING, LLC ET AL VS MOVERS AND SHAKERS LOGISTIC, LLC ET AL

SUMMARY

Jagi Trucking, LLC, collectively referred to as plaintiffs, has filed a complaint against Movers and Shakers Logistic, LLC, Jean Blanchard Mongeois, and Jennifer P. Mongeois, collectively referred to as defendants, for damages in excess of $30,000 and for other relief. The complaint alleges that the defendants misrepresented the purchase of a Freightliner truck and its accompanying 12-month powertrain warranty, for which the plaintiffs paid $68,880. Additionally, the plaintiffs accuse the defendants of breach of contract, fraud, and unjust enrichment, among other allegations. The lawsuit was filed in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

In the third count of fraudulent inducement, the plaintiffs claim that the defendants made material misrepresentations about the existence of a 12-month warranty for a 2015 Freightliner truck and the delivery of a 2014 Freightliner truck. They further allege that the defendants intended that the plaintiffs would rely on their fraudulent misrepresentations, which resulted in damages. In the fourth count of rescission, the plaintiffs seek to cancel the purchase of the 2014 Freightliner truck and recover all monies paid towards it. Finally, in the fifth count of civil theft, the plaintiffs accuse the defendants of knowingly obtaining and keeping their property with the intent to deprive the plaintiffs of its benefit and right without compensation. The plaintiffs are seeking damages and other relief as the court deems just and proper.


Case Number – 2022-005503-SP-05

LF ENTERPRISES LLC VS JEAN BLANCHARD MONGEOIS ET AL.

SUMMARY

LF Enterprises LLC, owned by Luis F Calvo, is the plaintiff in a case against Jean Blanchard Mongeois and Jennifer P. Mongeois as defendants. The plaintiff rented two reefer trailers to the defendants, who have not paid since December 10, 2021, and refuse to return the trailers. The plaintiff is seeking a judgment of $8000, as well as court and additional costs to be assessed by the court.

Case Number: CACE-23-012836

ANDREWS PLAZA, LLC, vs.

BLACKZILIANS LLC, a/k/a BLACKZILLIANS PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE,

JASON GOCHEZ, and JEAN MONGEOIS

Andrews Plaza, LLC (AP) has filed a verified complaint against Blackzilians LLC, Jason Gochez, and Jean Mongeois alleging a breach of the lease agreement and personal guaranty, as well as seeking commercial eviction. The complaint cites Florida Statute § 83.001 et seq. as the legal basis for the eviction claim, and seeks damages in excess of $50,000, excluding interest, costs, and attorney’s fees.

The complaint refers to Gochez and Mongeois as “Guarantors” and includes them in the lawsuit along with Blackzilians LLC, collectively referred to as the “Defendants.” The nature of the alleged breaches of the lease agreement and personal guaranty is not specified in the complaint, leaving room for the Defendants to contest the allegations and present their own evidence in court. The lawsuit marks the beginning of a legal process that will likely involve further pleadings, hearings, and a potential trial. Ultimately, it will be up to a judge or jury to determine the outcome of the case.