Liquidators called into Phones2udirect

Liquidators called into Phones2udirect

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Phones2udirect is the latest online retailer to be added to the ever expanding list of dying cashback dealers.

Accountants yesterday began liquidating the Kent-based company, which at its peak connected between 500 and 800 customers a month before it moved to affiliate only sales in November last year.

Accountant David Elliot of Moore Stephens said the exact amount owed to customers would not be know until his company had received all of the outstanding cashback claims.

He said: ‘There is a pot of money but I don’t think it’s going to amount to a huge amount per person, but it’s too early to hazard a guess.

‘It’s going to be at least 18-months before any money – if any – comes back to people, because we’ve got to wait for people to claim.’

For the last four months, Phones2udirect’s website has re-directed customers to sites such as e2save, Mobiles2yourdoor, Phones4u as well as Vodafone and O2.

Speaking to Mobile in December, Phones2udirect boss David Ellis said the move to affiliates was due to ‘a change in the market conditions.’

Elliot added that a message informing customers of the plight of the business would be placed on the Phones2udirect website in the next seven days.

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Written by Mobile Today
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