Three years ago we warned readers about a telco called Intagr8.
Unfortunately we were right and the company has now collapsed.
A controversial telecommunications company accused of misleading sales tactics has collapsed, leaving thousands of business customers around the country in the lurch.
Intagr8 Ltd was placed in liquidation on Thursday, the same day that Vodafone announced it was severing ties with the company. It is understood Vodafone is owed at least $1m.
Intagr8 offered bundled deals for phones and equipment and the collapse means around 2500 business customers around New Zealand are left with finance company contracts, but potentially no phone lines.
According to the Companies Office website, Damien Grant of Waterstone Insolvency was appointed liquidator on Thursday and his first report is due next week.
Grant said he would investigate why the business failed, but Intagr8’s owner Murray Taylor had blamed it on negative publicity. Read more »