Money Jobs in doubt as WA retailer goes under

05:55  10 june  2018
05:55  10 june  2018 Source:

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a close up of a sign: Customers were surprised to find stores closed this morning. (9NEWS) © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Customers were surprised to find stores closed this morning. (9NEWS) Western Australian electronics retailer Kambos has gone into administration, with all three of its Perth stores closing immediately.

Administrators Hall Chadwick have confirmed they are handing the company’s finances.

The move could leave more than 120 workers without a job.

9NEWS understands the company owes creditors more than $1 million.

Kambos’ Malaga store, in the city’s north, was shuttered this morning with a sign telling shoppers it was “closed for stocktake”.

Customers said they  were surprised to find it closed.

All of the company’s websites and social media pages have also been taken down.

Kambos has stores in Malaga, Canning Vale and Harvey.

Kambos has gone into administration. (9NEWS) © 9NEWS Kambos has gone into administration. (9NEWS)

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