I'VE had a flurry of emails lately about retailers going bust
and what it means if you are waiting for an order, have gift cards or vouchers or have faulty goods.
Here's a quick overview on what "going bust
" means and a few tips on how to get your money back: BOOM OR BUST?
The finding by industry experts at Begbies Traynor comes amid a torrid start to 2018 with a wave of store chains either going bust
or closing branches.
As if there are not enough of this once great country's manufacturing firms and other great industries either going bust
So here's what to do if you find you're affected by a firm going bust
- and how to watch out for problems in future.
According to Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) New Zealand's housing market has a 40 percent chance of going bust
in the next two years.
McIndoe lived in a PS2.8million London apartment and drove luxury cars before going bust
So think carefully before buying gift vouchers, and stay clear of any retailers if there's a hint of them going bust
THE number of UK companies going bust
fell last month, according to latest figures today.
"Liverpool Football Club is not going bust
. We have an extremely healthy business with record revenues and we are highly profitable," he said.
NO-FRILLSairlines have warned that more carriers could follow flight firm Duo in going bust
in the low-cost market,but denied that the bubble had burst.
But the fund, which will not come in until at least April 2005, will not offer any help to workers who have already lost their pension as a result of their employer going bust
Businesses going bust
and debtors dying have been blamed for the need to write off the cash.
His storyline involves Aidan saving undies factory Underworld from going bust
as a result of Carla's gambling addiction.
THE number of businesses going bust
has leapt by a fifth since the spring, worrying figures reveal.