Alfred Angelo, a South Florida based bridal boutique that filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy last month has released a statement indicating it will no longer be able to deliver dresses ordered by brides at their now-closed stores across the country.
According to the statement released by the bankruptcy trustee via the Alfred Angelo website many dresses and accessories were delivered after the bankruptcy filing day using the records provided by customers. However, any order not fully delivered by now should remain unfilled. “It has now become apparent that the logistical and financial strain of fulfilling each and every open order makes continuing that course of action no longer possible,” expressed the bankruptcy trustee on the statement.
The statement also indicates that any consumers that are owed money are to complete a proof of claim form at the link below
Customers can visit BBB’s report for the company at http://bbb.org/h/jubg where BBB will be posting updates as more detailed information is confirmed.
BBB’s initial alert can be referenced at: http://go.bbb.org/2u17XcO
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