Common practice in a bankruptcy would be to send notice to everybody who could EVER file a monetary claim for anything at all from the company. Doing so ensures that all parties who might ever ask for something from the company have been given the opportunity to register a claim in the proceedings, within which all such claims will be essentially dismissed. It's a CYA strategy by the lawyers, it doesn't benefit the people receiving the letters, from what I can discern. So, owners for whom they have addresses will al be included, not just shareholders or creditors. That is why that list was so long - it included most owners (although it seems the company may not have had addresses for some European owners).if you dont mind me asking , why you getting these letters? are you investor? share holder?
If a Fisker dealer has stopped performing work on cars its because they are not getting paid and parts availability is questionable. If some kind of warranty fund were to be established then I would guarantee a majority of the closed dealerships would begin working on cars again becauseAre you also going to include in this letter the means of which this warranty will be upheld? Most dealers are gone or in the process of closing their doors. For you owners not near Silicon Valley/Dallas/South Florida/Atlanta, etc...just how would these warranties be fulfilled? How do you expect to get parts? There's a lot more to it than the judge just checking the box for "Keep warranty".
The documents signed on behalf of Hybrid and filed with the bankruptcy court were signed by David Manion. If any owner or group of owners wants his email address, send me a PM (I don't think he'd appreciate me posting it).Received two letters a few weeks ago. This site and the owners who have kept it going and kept conversations alive should gather all of the time we spend talking about our cars and rally a group letter to send to both Mr. Li and to the bankruptcy court....my 2 cents..
From what I can discern from the BK documents and my familiarity with corporate BK in general - the parts are mostly with Valmont - the assembler of the cars and various other parts supplier. These are not the assets of Fisker Automotive (unless they are paid for), but the filings makes clear that valmont and other suppliers have held on to these parts and are part of a UCC claim. Long story short. The new fisker will have to pay for these parts and I expect that they aren't going to get much of a discount. Once the BK is finished the holders of these parts will be free to sell to whomever they want. Right now they are stayed from doing so.Agreed 8AVGMPG. Parts will become available. And how many parts will the new company secure for pennies on the dollar? I think a group letter to the judge at least gets the point across that, we are out here and we don't want to be dismissed. No letter says we could care less if we keep our warranty.