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Old 26-08-2019, 06:47   #1
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Indigo-GT - Still trading?

Hi All,

Does anyone know if indigo-gt are still trading? I ordered an engine mount from their website 4th August and had no update.

Iíve emailed them once and tried to ring several times in working hours with no answer.

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Old 26-08-2019, 11:15   #2
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Old 27-08-2019, 13:22   #3
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Yes call them there number is on goggle
Iíve tried calling them several times on several different days (including today) and they are not picking up.

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Old 27-08-2019, 13:25   #4
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Do you have outstanding stuff with them?

There is other tuners not too far away?

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Iíve tried calling them several times on several different days (including today) and they are not picking up.

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A quick heads up re Indigo, there's a recent post on gtr.co.uk about Indigo GT, the guy who put the thread up is owed quite a lot of money for parts he bought that have not been delivered and is having some difficulty getting it back according to him. Obviously that is only one side of the story but I know quite a lot of MLR guys used to use Indigo for Evo work so do your research before parting with your money.
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Old 02-04-2020, 15:03   #7
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Indigo-GT Ltd

The facts

Indigo-GT Ltd went into voluntary liquidation this time last year with debts of £51k

see https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/05624066

April last year 2 other companies emerged;

Indigo GT Performance Ltd based at units 1 & 2 on the same industrial est
This business was incorporated on 04/05/2017

IGT-R on units 3 & 4; incorporated on 03/01/2018 and is dormant??

in simple terms company A went bust, companies B & C took over business site

Hanky-Panky comes to mind


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Indigo-GT Ltd

The facts

Indigo-GT Ltd went into voluntary liquidation this time last year with debts of £51k

see https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/05624066

April last year 2 other companies emerged;

Indigo GT Performance Ltd based at units 1 & 2 on the same industrial est
This business was incorporated on 04/05/2017

IGT-R on units 3 & 4; incorporated on 03/01/2018 and is dormant??

in simple terms company A went bust, companies B & C took over business site

Hanky-Panky comes to mind


Barry fee to cut % paste the above

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It's a really bad job when firms rip customers off , take cash off unsuspecting customers with no intention of supplying the goods.
They then have the cheek to try to make out as if it's all a mistake or common knowledge.

RIP OFF CON MAN.
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I will also add ,the above was a very well planned bankruptcy job.
Ltd for 1 reason ,avoid personal loss .
2 dormant businesses set up 2 yrs previously ready to take over .
Only thing I dont get is ,as far as I know if you go bankrupt as a Director of a Ltd company you are not allowed to be a Director of a Ltd Company post bankruptcy but i might be wrong on that.
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As far as I know IGT are still going. I believe they are developing the more general service & MOT side of the business.

On a separate note - the UK Ltd company system needs to be viewed in context and that context is not always apparent to the onlooker.
For example when I got involved with Sumo Power, I stipulated that I wanted to start a new Ltd company so we had a clean sheet, everything looked fine but anything can come out of the woodwork and as an a part owner and director I personally didn't want to take that risk not knowing "everything" that had gone before. Its fairly standard practice for growing companies that are taking on new investment, or part ownership.
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I will also add ,the above was a very well planned bankruptcy job.
Ltd for 1 reason ,avoid personal loss .
2 dormant businesses set up 2 yrs previously ready to take over .
Only thing I dont get is ,as far as I know if you go bankrupt as a Director of a Ltd company you are not allowed to be a Director of a Ltd Company post bankruptcy but i might be wrong on that.
As it was a limited company you only get disqualified from been a director if you are deemed unfit of running a company by the Insolvency Service.

But you can not run a company similar (name & trade) to the one been Liquidated unless if was set up over a year pervious to the liquidation....
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So are they active and trading or not? Can't someone pop round and see?
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Only thing I dont get is ,as far as I know if you go bankrupt as a Director of a Ltd company you are not allowed to be a Director of a Ltd Company post bankruptcy but i might be wrong on that.
If you're personally bankrupt you often can't be a company director, but if you've been a director of a company that has gone into liquidation then it doesn't automatically exclude you from starting another company.
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They must be still trading, or at least the website is being updated as there is covid 19 information on there.

Hmmm...
https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/c...erformance-ltd
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If you're personally bankrupt you often can't be a company director, but if you've been a director of a company that has gone into liquidation then it doesn't automatically exclude you from starting another company.
Thatís my understanding as well.

Iíd say thereís going to be a fair few companies facing liquidation after the coronavirus crisis.
Many through no fault of their own. Itís a simple calculation if you need X coming in to support Y going out, if X is stopped, Y may get unmanageable forcing liquidation.
Hence why I think itís important to view company accounts in context.
There is a big difference between being a reckless conman, and genuinely being the victim of external forces you canít control.

(I will add that none of the above is written from my perspective we are doing fine albeit having to work hard at the moment, nobody has even been furloughed at our place during this coronavirus lockdown)
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