666Bet’s liquidators are hoping to conclude how much is owed to customers and creditors by the end of this month. David Standish of KPMG UK and Linda Johnson of KPMG Channel Islands were appointed Joint Liquidators of Metro Play Limited – the company that owns online gaming operator 666Bet – after it was compulsorily wound up following an Order of the Court of Alderney earlier this month.
The liquidators have encouraged those owed monies to contact them, with one customer who has already been in touch with KPMG telling TotallyGaming.com that he is still owed £4,300 (€6,047/$6,690) by the company.
“The joint administrators are currently working hard to ascertain the amount of money still owed to customers and creditors, and are hoping to have a clearer picture on this by the end of the month,” a KPMG spokesperson said. “We would like to stress that it’s really important that any customer who believes they are owed money should contact the joint administrators as soon as possible.”
In a statement issued on his appointment, Standish said: “We are working closely with the relevant gaming authorities both in the UK and the Channel Islands as we conduct our preliminary investigations. Our priorities are to secure client monies, collate and examine the company’s books and records, and determine any further lines of enquiry.”
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