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By | John Oates 4th April 2006 15:03

PC IQ stops trading

Lights go out in Romsey

Reseller network PC IQ has stopped trading. The Hampshire-based reseller group offered buying discounts, marketing and advertising help, and recycling of old IT kit.

We've failed to get hold of someone to talk to, but the firm did send us an email:

"In response to your request, I can confirm that PC IQ Ltd ceased trading on 31 March 2006. The company was formed in March 2004 and it is a sad day. I am pursuing the use of an Insolvency Practitioner and the contact details will be forwarded to all concerned as soon as we know. There are parties interested in possibly purchasing a part of or the whole of the company."

We'll have more on this as we receive it. Or, visit the PC IQ website for updates. ®

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