Pro-Ma Systems Australia: Dany Tjan

Dany Tjan, the subject of this blog, is a Director of Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand), and together with his wife Elizabeth Tjan (Beth Tjan), they have put their business into receivership.

To protect the Pro-Ma Systems name, they changed the company name on the 15th December from Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited to Brown Green & Company Limited, and fled to Australia. The business was placed into receivership on 9 February 2012.

This liquidation has left thousands of dollars owed to 20 businesses.

The financial records of Pro-Ma (New Zealand) Limited, as provided to the Companies Office show the company losses as follows:

  • 2007: $102,998
  • 2008: $5,431
  • 2009: $125,715
  • 2010: $111,913

Dany Tjan signed a Personal Guarantee on a legally binding Lease Agreement on the premises he used to operate his business in New Zealand. He has left the country in order to avoid his legal obligations, which will be pursued to bankruptcy if necessary.

Dany Tjan has not honoured his obligations, he is not trustworthy, and should be avoided in business dealings.

Any comments pertaining to Dany Tjan’s current location and business dealings would be of interest, in order for us to pursue our debt and hold Dany Tjan to account.

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3 thoughts on “Pro-Ma Systems Australia: Dany Tjan

  1. Pro-Ma Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd says:

    Dany Tjan is not a director of Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited.

    Dany Tjan is not an officer of nor has any association with Pro-Ma Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd.

    Green, Brown & Co (in liquidation), previously held the franchise for the Pro-Ma business in New Zealand between 1 July 2006 and 31 January 2012.

    The Pro-Ma Systems group of companies are based in Queensland, Australia and Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) limited services its New Zealand distributor base from its Queensland headquarters.

    Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited is not in liquidation, trades profitably and pays debts as and when they fall due.

    If any individual or company believe they are owed money by Green, Brown & Co (in liquidation), they should contact the court appointed liquidator, Mr Lloyd Hayward of the Insolvency Firm, Meltzer, Mason, Heath of Auckland on (09) 3576150.

  2. tjanblog says:

    Dany Tjan, together with his wife Elizabeth, were directors of Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited and they held the franchise from July 2006 till 31 January 2012.

    On 2 November 2011 Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited gave written notice that they were putting their business into liquidation.

    On 15 December 2011, Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited changed their name to Green , Brown & Company Limited. On the same day, Val Fittler International Marketing (NZ) Limited changed their name to Pro-ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited. This was obviously done to protect the Pro-Ma Systems name.

    Green, Brown & Company was put into receivership just a short time later, on 9 February 2012. The contracts dishonoured and the thousands of dollars still owed were incurred before 15 December 2011 by Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) Limited. Green, Brown & Company, in the few weeks before they were place in liquidation incurred very little, if any, debt.

    The liquidator, Metzer, Mason, Heath advise that ‘it is unlikely there will be a distribution to creditors’.

    In conclusion, any small company which runs up such significant losses over the entire time of its operations, as Pro-Ma Systems (New Zealand) did, would have to be considered a total failure by anybody’s standards.

  3. Anon says:

    Dany Tjan’s children Amy Tjan and Ethan Tjan are enrolled at Greenlands State School in Stanthorpe, Queensland. So he is probably still around that area. Hope this helps, absolutely disgusting that these parasites can rip people off and think they can get away with it.

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