Buy now pay later business Openpay has been put into voluntary liquidation nine months after halting services to customers.
A notice has been issued for a virtual meeting of creditors on December 5 with Simon Cathro appointed as administrator, according to ASIC.
The collapse of Openpay began in February when the company announced customers could no longer make new purchases.
Customers were also asked to pay off any outstanding debt.
“Customers are still obligated to pay any outstanding balances in accordance with their existing agreement,” its website read.
Openpay had famously trialled buy now pay later options for patients having elective surgery at Australian hospitals.
Receiver McGrathNicol had said it would work closely with staff and customers to “urgently determine the appropriate strategy for the business”.
Openpay offered repayment plan options of up to 24 months for outlays up to $20,000.
The company was founded in 2013 before expanding in 2016 and rebranding as Openpay.
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