One of the directors to Skyline Investment Group Company has settled the outstanding bill left behind by Jason Liu Tao at the Heritage Park Hotel.
In an exclusive interview one of the directors Pan Yan Bing said, it was a misunderstanding by the landlord, since the bill was normally paid on Liu Tao’s credit card, which the transactions was not properly done by the accounts section of the hotel.
He said, they have been able to fix the problem with the hotel manager and they are happy that frustration over this outstanding bill is now settled.
Mr Bing told the Solomon Star that hotel bill is not a problem to them, since they can book the hotel apartment with charges incurred while they live overseas.
“We don’t mind paying the bills, although none of us slept in that room for weeks or months,” he said. “Liu Tao left the hotel without checking out is not a problem to us, since we will all return back to sleep here and pay our bill,” he added.
He further stated their absence in the hotel does not mean they escape the bill, they were just committed with a lot of business activities, since Skyline company operated in Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, America and Hong Kong, hence they will not remain full time in Solomon Islands, until such time they fully establish in the country.
In addition to the outstanding bills Mr Bing said the one with Our Telekom is not an issue to them.
“I can go there today and settle it,” he said yesterday.
Meanwhile Heritage Park Hotel room manager Ms Leezel Daniel said Liu Tao’s bill has been cleared, so now they have no problem with the Skyline Group.
By AATAI JOHN