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Warning: 3Dninja has been declared broke

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Posted · Warning: 3Dninja has been declared broke

I just read that 3dninja.nl has been declared broke.

The curator is Eric Poelenije.

The website is still online but I advise to not order anything there anymore.

 

Gr.,

Alex

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Posted · Warning: 3Dninja has been declared broke

Could you please link to a citation - maybe a news story somewhere?

 

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Posted · Warning: 3Dninja has been declared broke

This is their listing with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce: https://www.kvk.nl/orderstraat/product-kiezen/?kvknummer=657265450000&origq=65726545

 

Here are a few more links

https://www.faillissementsdossier.nl/nl/faillissement/1396142/3dninja-b-v.aspx

https://drimble.nl/dossiers/overige/50740755/3dninja-bv-failliet-verklaard.html

http://www.rtvoost.nl/nieuws/289499/deze-week-drie-overijsselse-bedrijven-failliet-verklaard

 

From what I gather from reviews popping up a whole bunch of people are still waiting for merchandise they paid for in advance and the company has not been communicating for a while now.

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