The news comes after action was taken by a major creditor following the unexpected closure of the business on 29 May.
The short-term holiday lettings company was founded in 2005 and headquartered in Brighton, with the properties on the company’s platform mainly being based in the local area. No comment has yet been made on the reasons behind the closure of the business.
Earlier this week, SEO and vacation rental expert, Damian Sheridan, offered his insight into possible reasons for why the firm had ceased trading.
In a Quantuma press release, joint administrator Paul Zalkin said: “Our immediate focus will be to contact the company’s directors so they can assist us in managing communications with customers who have been left out of pocket, with no explanation as to what has happened to their bookings.
“We will robustly investigate the company’s financial affairs and the circumstances leading up to its failure. At this early stage the situation is uncertain, but we will endeavour to secure the most positive outcome possible under difficult circumstances,” he added.