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PC maker Cube 24/7 enters liquidation

Follows MESH, OP3 into oblivion

PC builder Cube 24/7 ceased training and entered liquidation at the end of May. No buyer has been found for the brand or any of its assets, so Cube 24/7 will simply cease to exist (unlike similar recent cases MESH Computers and OP3). Its website is down, and customers who have ordered PCs and not yet received them should not expect to.

 The liquidator, PR Booth & Co, has said that PC purchasers who are owed money are unlikely to get any money back, and should contact their credit card company in order to make a claim under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act.

 Further details can be obtained from Phil Booth or Neil Marshall of PR Booth & Co  (phone 01924 263777).

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