Nulook Capital Bankruptcy Envelops PSCApril 27, 2017 | By: deBanked Staff
Nulook Capital was not the only casualty of its April 4th Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. On Wednesday, April 26th, a federal judge in a separate action issued an order aimed at one of Nulook’s alleged creditors, PSC. PSC is also a Long Island-based company engaged in the merchant cash advance business.
In the order, the Honorable Arthur D. Spatt appointed a receiver for International Professional Services Inc. dba PSC and PSC Financial, granting him exclusive dominion and control over all of their assets, books, records and business affairs.
PSC was originally listed as a creditor in the Nulook bankruptcy with $400,000 owed. Another creditor however, GWG MCA Capital, Inc., argued that PSC had interfered with its first position lien and taken possession of its collateral. Alas, in the suit that GWG brought, the court found the full extent of their arguments compelling enough to appoint a receiver over PSC.Last modified: May 7, 2017