Administrators have been called in to Birmingham-headquartered natural flooring and laminate retailer Floors-2-Go for a third time.
Droitwich-based MB Insolvency was appointed to the brand's owner Nixon & Hope Ltd earlier this month.
Floors-2-Go was placed into administration in 2008 after which a buyout deal was struck with brothers Robert and Richard Hodges who are part of the company's founding family which launched the business in 1999.
Administrators were called in again in 2011 when 53 stores were closed, resulting in almost 200 job losses.
A total of 35 shops were rescued when a deal was struck with Nixon & Hope, a new company formed at that time for the purposes of the buyout.
The Floors-2-Go website has contact details for F2G Retail Sales Ltd and a London address.
F2G Retail Sales was incorporated at the end of May and does not share any directors with Nixon & Hope.
A statement from MB Insolvency said: "The business of the company is not trading in administration and had ceased trading before (it) entered administration.
"It is understood that the company transferred all of its assets and employees on or around April 1, 2014, to Floors to Go Ltd and the business is being traded by F2G Retail Sales Ltd.
"Customer enquiries regarding supply of goods should be directed in the first instance to Floors to Go Ltd and/or F2G Retail Sales Ltd who we understand are continuing to trade the business of Floors-2-Go."
Floors-2-Go could not be contacted for comment.
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