Norwich firm set to be placed in liquidation

PUBLISHED: 12:03 24 April 2015 | UPDATED: 12:47 24 April 2015


A Norwich company which offered health foods online has ceased trading.

Duke Street-based Woocoo Limited, which traded as, is set to be placed into liquidation.

A message posted on the company’s website stated: “Due to financial difficulties and cash flow restraints, it is with regret that Woocoo Limited t/a has ceased to trade.

“The company’s affairs are being overseen by Jamie Playford of Leading Corporate Recovery, who will be assisting the directors and shareholders to place the company into liquidation shortly.

“Any customers who have not yet received their order are advised to contact their card issuer or Paypal (depending on their original payment method) as the company is not in a position to make any refunds.

“All queries relating to the company should be directed to Leading Corporate Recovery on”

Norfolk Trading Standards officers said customers who have placed and paid for orders and have not received them are advised to contact the Citizens Advice consumer helpline on 03454 04 05 06 for information on their rights and steps to take.

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