Liebermann shuts doors

Posted on Thursday, October 14 2004 @ 22:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Liebermann, a well-known company dealing with high-end desktops and notebooks and publicly accused of not fulfilling at least some of its promises by a number of customers in the past, said Thursday it shuts down the business due to lack of enough finances.

“We are no longer in a position, from a financial standpoint, to continue doing business, meeting each of the high standards we have continually set for ourselves and for you, and are regrettably forced to suspend our operations and liquidate our assets in support of our financial responsibilities,” the company said in its statement.

The company said it was striving to fulfill all current orders, but were no longer accepting new purchases for any of products. Still, the firm said it was providing the technical support and software updates for current products. The firm did not indicate which company will be responsible for warranties after Lieberman ceases operations. However, the firm said it was probing possibilities to save the business.

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Re: Liebermann shuts doors
by Anonymous on Friday, October 15 2004 @ 1:46 CEST
Anyone ever receive any of their orders from liebermann? I stopped keeping track of just how many people I knew who'd contacted them and heard nothing back, or ordered a product and never received it. Only ever saw review samples.

Re: Liebermann shuts doors
by Thomas De Maesschalck ( on Friday, October 15 2004 @ 17:03 CEST
I have no idea.

But I always felt that there was something dubious with this company.