Thanks Russell, I knew that someone would know where to look!Rapide561 said:Hi
I can see no indication on the London Gazette website of any such administration. That said, I do not know how quickly the London Gazette is updated.
If in doubt always pay a deposit by credit card and no more than £500, there is absolutely no need to pay high deposits unless the van is 'specisl order with specific add ons'karlb said:if true i just hope no customers/members lose money.
Don't you think that you shouldn't make assumptions like that without being certain of the facts? At this stage it appears to be nothing more than an unfortunate rumour and your post will most certainly not help your mate or Brownhill's future business prospects. Both the topic and the content of the thread could have been better and more fairly handled from the outset.ytank said:so it looks like bownhills will not be at the show then :?:
my mate has got a r v of them and it needs loads of jobs to be done i feel sorry for him as it was 92k
Got it in one. These are hard times and survival is the main concern. It is not in our best interest for any of these firms to further monopolise the market. We would be well and truly stitched up then. Even less pretence of aftersales service would be on show.DTPCHEMICALS said:Am i the only person on the planet that can`t complain about the service that i have received from Brownhills Newark. I must add that it was after sales service as due to poor trade in offered we ended up at Cannock branch and did a deal with £2k more beneficial to us.
With all these closures i feel that it is us the customers who will be worse off. Less choice, certainly not lower prices, further to travel for warranty claims and servicing etc.
I can see that manufacturers may purchase sites in an effort to maintain sales. And why not. Cut out the middle man and save us all some cash. ok another usefull pipedream.