Martha H Thompson and Dermot Power of BDO LLP, Kings Wharf, 20-30 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3EX were appointed Joint Liquidators of Farepak on 4 October 2007.
This follows the appointment of Martha H Thompson and Shagun Dubey of BDO LLP, Kings Wharf, 20-30 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3EX as Joint Administrators over the assets and business of Farepak on 13 October 2006.
The Liquidation of Farepak has now concluded. The final dividend to creditors was issued on the 1 October 2012.I made a claim but havenít had a cheque, what should I do?
Now that the Liquidation is over and as required by law, the Joint Liquidators have passed the monies in relation to unclaimed cheques to The Insolvency Service. It is estimated that they will be able to reissue cheques from the beginning of July.
If you made a claim that was accepted as valid by the Joint Liquidators, but did not receive a cheque, you should contact The Insolvency Service to get a replacement cheque.
I was sent a cheque but I havenít cashed it, what should I do?
So that creditors including customers and agents had as much time as possible to cash their cheques, the Joint Liquidators kept the bank account that contained the monies open for as long as possible.
The Joint Liquidators have now passed the monies in relation to any uncashed cheques to The Insolvency Service.
If you received a cheque but did not cash it, you should contact The Insolvency Service to get a replacement cheque. It is estimated that they will be able to reissue cheques from the beginning of July.Who do I contact at The Insolvency Service?
Details on how to request a replacement cheque can be found at:
What if I didnít submit a claim during the Liquidation of Farepak?
The Liquidation has now ended and no more money will be paid out.
If were not sent a cheque, you will not be receiving one in future and The Insolvency Service will not be holding any funds in your name.
Final Report to Creditors