WA reseller forced into liquidation

WA reseller forced into liquidation

Reseller folds with more than $100,000 in debts

Western Australia reseller, Neal IT, has collapsed with more than $100,000 in debts.

The Esperance-based company, which opened on July 1, 2000, has gone into liquidation, under liquidator Liam Bellamy, of WA Insolvency Solutions.

The liquidator's report showed debts of $102,191 to creditors including significant amounts owing to distributor Ingram Micro, Edsys Computers and South Coast Foodservice.

Apple, Dynamic Supplies and accountancy firm, William Buck, were also owed money at the time of liquidation.

The company, which is no longer in business, claims on its website to be an Apple authorised Reseller, Microsoft certified, Cisco certified, MYOB certified, a Reckon accredited professional partner and an Agrimaster accredited consultant.

It says, NealIT offers a comprehensive range of IT solutions for computer hardware, software and training. and provides total computer solutions for business, farming and home computer users in the Esperance region, and beyond.

ARN has contacted the liquidators, who were not able to respond prior to publication.

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