Amsterdam law firm Houtoff Buruma, which had applied for the moratorium on 28 December, asked for it to be lifted on 8 February on behalf of the company.
The Dutch based, co-operative buying website said it planned to resume sales on all its other websites in the second quarter. The company also said it ‘intends to settle all creditor demands, to refund customers, and to fulfil outstanding orders promptly.’
LetsBuyIt.com was saved from bankruptcy last month by receiving Euros 52m from existing shareholders and new investors.
So far, the company has closed 12 offices around Europe, cutting 60% of its workforce as part of its restructuring plan, saving between Euro 10m and Euro 15m per year.
LetsBuyIt.com has already received Euro 20m from investors, and will receive the remaing Euros 32m at the beginning of March.
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