Remember Check-in.com.au? Some will never forget. It’s the online travel agent that collapsed last May with $4.4 million in debt; 5300 consumer and industry creditors.
It was sold four weeks later for $35,000 by the receiver to the Disruptive Investment Group (DVI), which has been operating it since.
This week DVI reported a loss of -$466,151 in the six months to Dec 31.
DVI accounts say revenue for the half-year was $427,818, presumably generated by Check-in.com.au.
Costs at DVI, however, were $906,703.
Looks like Check-in’s numbers are still not adding up.