Benny Hinn Sued for Nearly 3 Million in Defaulted Loans

Benny Hinn Sued for Nearly 3 Million in Defaulted Loans

Benny Hinn, the false prophet and fake healer of World Healing Center Church, Inc. (aka Benny Hinn Ministries) has been sued by Mail America Communications, Inc. for the amount of $2,993,221.74 in unpaid loans, interest, and late fees which it borrowed in the original amount of over 5.6 million.

According to the lawsuit, Hinn began defaulting on his loan obligations in June of 2012 leading to a series of forbearance agreements:

Between June of 2012 and August of 2016, MAC and WHCC entered into series of formal and informal forbearance agreements and memoranda of understanding regarding the payment defaults under the Note and with respect to temporary reduced payments that MAC would be willing to accept from time to time on account of WHCC’s obligations under the Note without waiving or altering the terms of the Note.

In July of 2018, Hinn defaulted once again on the forbearance agreement with Mail America Communications, Inc. Hinn then promised to make a lump sum payment of $260 thousand, which he also failed to pay, causing Mail America Communications to file a lawsuit for damages due to “Breach of Contract” in the amount of $2,993,221.74.

Benny Hinn could not be reached for comment.


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