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SuperPark Thailand activity center at Icon Siam shuts permanently - members want their money back

 

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Closed for good

Picture: Daily News

 

Icon Siam announced that "SuperPark Thailand" - an activity center in their landmark Bangkok shopping mall - had closed permanently.

 

A tersely worded announcement in Thai and English indicated that Icon Siam had nothing to do with the company

 

The membership should go directly to SuperPark Thailand for information. A phone number was supplied. 

 

Daily News reported that many members wanted their money back.

 

Online information describes the center thus: "SuperPark, the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park in the world from Finland, is about to bring a big burst of energy into Thailand's entertainment scene".

 

Now it appears to have permanently shut its doors.

 

Source: Daily News

 

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If the company that owns the SuperPark has gone bankrupt, members are now unsecured creditors.  The bottom of the pile.

 

From the article it is not clear if Finland ran the SuperPark, well a 49% share or if the operators ran the park under some form of license.  Either way not good news for the members.

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Once the news came out with how much they owing, how many branches throughout Asia, and the stupid owner refusing to assist the franchisees, it's all tumbling down.

The branch in Suntec Singapore was forcibly taken by the landlord 2 weeks back with a loss of 1.8M SGD.

Let's see how the other branches fare.

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39 minutes ago, Telly said:

Once the news came out with how much they owing, how many branches throughout Asia, and the stupid owner refusing to assist the franchisees, it's all tumbling down.

The branch in Suntec Singapore was forcibly taken by the landlord 2 weeks back with a loss of 1.8M SGD.

Let's see how the other branches fare.

About 41,497,680.35 Thai Baht

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