· Why are the Managing Director, his wife and daughters’ names among the list of creditors?
· Why is the Managing Directors’ wife listed as a creditor when I believe she has not worked at CPL due to illness for many months or even years?
· Why is the Managing Directors’ daughter listed as a creditor with a claim for 10K? I believe she was only an employee for 2, maybe 3 years. This claim for unpaid wages seems to incate she was employed on a salary in excess of 100K for answering the telephone.
The Managing Directors daughter sent me four emails in Feb (The last one about 4 days before they officially went bust) trying to get me to fill in February's timesheet so that they could (eventually) bill the client.
I had no idea how bad a condition CPL were in, and when I asked about my December invoice she replied "Unfortunately I dont get involved in payments, I am just trying to keep on top of the part I deal with would really appreciate it if you could submit them."
If the amount that she has owing is true then she must have known (or should have known) for some time that CPL were in big trouble that I was never going to get paid for February.
I'm going to be asking why she was so keen to get my February timesheet completed before the month was out.