Adios PC Callout Ltd

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“Adios PC Callout Ltd ”

Written on: 19/06/2019 by dgcart (4 reviews written)

It was inevitable that PC Callout's business model and very dodgy business practices would fail at some point. The company appears to have disappeared (website down, e-mails returned, phone not being answered) leaving some of their self-employed engineers unpaid and customers who had paid up front for over-priced/unnecessary parts, high and dry. All the Directors live in Spain but the company is registered in the UK according to Companies House albeit at just a correspondence address in central London. So it looks unlikely anyone owed money by PC Callout is going to get any recompense without a struggle. Adios PC Callout.  

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Richiekea's Response to dgcart's Review

Written on: 20/07/2019

Used to work for this so called company years ago and I am very happy to see that something has caused them to cease trading for the time being... But who knows they may re-surface in the future with another 'family run business' of 2-3 people (who use fake names) living in Marbella.

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Dgcart's reply to Richiekea's Comment

Written on: 21/07/2019

PC Callout Ltd is required to submit its accounts for up to 31 October 2018 by 31 July 2019 to Companies House. If not, they will incur penalties - anything from £150 - £1,500 depending on how late the accounts are. Any appeal against the penalty is likely to be unsuccessful if its because the company is dormant or its Directors live or were travelling overseas. I wish Companies House luck in tracking the Directors down.

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Dgcart's reply to Dgcart's Comment

Written on: 31/12/2019

It's a bit odd replying to my own comment but as a postscript, PC Callout applied to Companies House for a voluntary strike-off from the register on 23 October 2019. This was confirmed on the First Gazette (i.e. formal/public notice of voluntary strike off) on 5 November. However, the voluntary strike-off action was suspended as Companies House has received an objection. You can object if you are an interested party such as a creditor or someone who wants to take legal action against the company. For example, you have proof that a company owes a debt. Good luck to whoever is objecting.

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