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Posted by Arnold
Sep 5, 2019 at 08:23 PM

 

Have not seen anything regarding, yet the website is unreachable. Unknown if just server or closed the doors.

I have been using TreePad Biz for a number of years and would be sadden if no longer supported.

 


Posted by satis
Sep 5, 2019 at 09:28 PM

 

Site’s back up - but not with good news:

We are sorry, to inform you, unfortunately TreePaad Fun Center has Closed.
There is no easy way to say this but we have come to a point, after seeking professional advice, that we clearly have no alternative except to close the business effective immediately.

We apologize for the lack of notice but the final decision to close was finally reached this past weekend. We are truly sorry for any hardship this may cause you.

TreePaad has struggled financially since the fire a few years ago which resulted in the need to borrow funds to keep the doors open so that we could pay our financial obligations timely. The recent slowdown in business was the final blow as we have not been able to pay key vendors and lenders to keep the doors open.

We are considering a reorganization plan with a possible investor, but we can’t make any promises at this point. In any event, any plan to financially reorganize will take at least 60-90 days.

We will post any information and updates to this website if any news develops.

We thank you all for your past support and business.

Sincerely,
Patti, Lee, Jim, Don. Paula, Grama & Pop

 


Posted by tightbeam
Sep 5, 2019 at 10:05 PM

 

And…no. TreePaad Fun Center was an indoor playground. The site for TreePad software is still down..


satis wrote:
Site’s back up - but not with good news:
> >We are sorry, to inform you, unfortunately TreePaad Fun Center has
>Closed.
>There is no easy way to say this but we have come to a point, after
>seeking professional advice, that we clearly have no alternative except
>to close the business effective immediately.
> >We apologize for the lack of notice but the final decision to close was
>finally reached this past weekend. We are truly sorry for any hardship
>this may cause you.
> >TreePaad has struggled financially since the fire a few years ago which
>resulted in the need to borrow funds to keep the doors open so that we
>could pay our financial obligations timely. The recent slowdown in
>business was the final blow as we have not been able to pay key vendors
>and lenders to keep the doors open.
> >We are considering a reorganization plan with a possible investor, but
>we can’t make any promises at this point. In any event, any plan
>to financially reorganize will take at least 60-90 days.
> >We will post any information and updates to this website if any news
>develops.
> >We thank you all for your past support and business.
> >Sincerely,
>Patti, Lee, Jim, Don. Paula, Grama & Pop

 


Posted by satis
Sep 6, 2019 at 02:42 AM

 

I thought I was visiting treepad.com, turns out I visited treepaad.com. Oops and duh.

 


Posted by Lothar Scholz
Sep 6, 2019 at 09:45 AM

 

Yeah, i shaked my head already after the first sentence. Keeping a software website up and functional costs not more then $5 per month and can run fully automated. Thats how most of our niche software sites work. Don’t need an investor for this.
But Treepad is like all this other software from the late Windows Me era. They now slowly die on old age one by one. I think the last update was about 14 years ago. And this includes any website update to modern look and feel which is even more telling that nobody is interested in this business anymore.

 


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