Mealhero subscribers have not been notified by Mealhero, but it will cease its activity since it filed for bankruptcy recently. The company provided frozen meals that could be prepared quickly using a steamer, but the company’s model did not prove profitable enough.
Eva De Bleeker, Secretary of State for Consumer Protection in the Federal Government, advises subscribers to beware: “Many of you regret that Mealhero did not warn of its bankruptcy. It’s annoying, but a company is not required to inform its customers of its bankruptcy filing. It is up to the union, which is appointed by a judge, to do so. »
“Mealhero must try to compensate its customers as best it can with the means at its disposal. If as a subscriber you have already paid for meals that you will not receive, you must register as a creditor with the trustee. This can be done at www.regsol.be”, specifies the politician.
It is also advisable to block your direct debit with Mealhero, a quick step via your banking application, as Eva De Bleeker concludes: “Suspend your direct debit immediately! Finally, do not use company-provided devices. The syndic will have to communicate a solution as soon as possible.