A statement from the head of The PC Company says a skeleton staff are sending PCs that were sent in for repairs and cleaning back to their rightful owners.
The PC Company closed its doors earlier this week and owner Colin Brown says he is trying to secure new financing to re-open in the weeks ahead. The company had seven branches around New Zealand and all have closed their doors.
A number of PCs were caught by the closure and those owners should be reassured that the company is processing them as quickly as possible, says Brown in the written statement.
"We are going as fast as we can to ensure customer PCs are returned to
them as quickly as possible."
Orders that have already been paid for are also being processed.
"I want to assure them we are doing everything we can to expedite repairs and orders.”
Brown is also working on plans to open a smaller operation, probably under a different brand name, based around the Hamilton head office, however there is no firm date for such an announcement yet.