Jon worked for Securus, which sells electronic payment processing systems to merchants. It's the thing that attaches to iPhones to accept credit cards.
So Jon was a sales manager who was supposed to go out in the field and hawk the product. Instead, Securus claims he was a Benedict Arnold, convincing merchants to abandon the company for a competing company he was secretly helping.
Securus sued Jon and he didn't respond, so the judge entered a default judgment for more than a million bucks.
We tried calling Jon ... not sure if his phone's still in service.