Allpay Cards Limited

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Allpay Cards Ltd

Office Address:

Fortis Et Fides Whitestone Busines Park HR1 3SE Whitestone

Number: 03910040

Incorporation date: 2000-01-20

Dissolution date: 2015-06-23

End of financial year: 30 April

Category: Private Limited Company

Status: Dissolved


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The company was located in Whitestone under the following Company Registration No.: 03910040. It was registered in the year 2000. The main office of the company was located at Fortis Et Fides Whitestone Busines Park. The post code for this address is HR1 3SE. The enterprise was formally closed in 2015, meaning it had been active for 15 years. The firm official name switch from Fcs Networks to Allpay Cards Limited occurred on December 14, 2000.

Anthony K. was this particular enterprise's director, designated to this position on January 20, 2000.

  • Previous company's names
  • Allpay Cards Limited 2000-12-14
  • Fcs Networks Limited 2000-01-20

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Company staff

Anthony K.

Role: Director

Appointed: 20 January 2000

Latest update: 19 April 2020

Accounts Documents

Account next due date 31 January 2015
Account last made up date 30 April 2013
Return next due date 17 February 2015
Return last made up date 20 January 2014
Annual Accounts 2 January 2013
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 2011-05-01
End Date For Period Covered By Report 2012-04-30
Date Approval Accounts 2 January 2013
Annual Accounts 31 January 2014
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 2012-05-01
End Date For Period Covered By Report 2013-04-30
Date Approval Accounts 31 January 2014

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Accounts Annual return Change of name Dissolution Gazette Incorporation Officers Resolution
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Final Gazette dissolved via voluntary strike-off (GAZ2(A))
filed on: 23rd, June 2015
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