Playa del Carmen, Q.R. – On Tuesday, Cinépolis de Mexico SA de CV in Playa del Carmen was closed due to unpaid bills.
Cinépolis, which is the busiest cinema in the city, had the restrictions placed on them Tuesday by CAPA for lack of payment.
Marrufo Carlos Roldan, director Debts Recovery and Fiscal Executions of the Commission of Water and Sewerage (CAPA), reported that the company, Cinépolis de Mexico SA de CV headquartered in Playa del Carmen, has an outstanding bill of over 545,000 peso.
Carlos Roldan said that the company was informed in advance of the possible closure if they did not come to agreeable terms of payment, yet, the cinema was closed to the surprise of many Playanese who showed up Tuesday and Wednesday for movies.
Carlos Roldan confirmed that the closure has since been lifted because the company utilized tax credits it had, contributing to the outstanding bill.
He says, “Obviously we will make sure it is correct by recording the transfer of payments…I think it will be operating maybe tomorrow night (Thursday),” he said.
The cinema company used one tax credit of 93,536 peso and a second credit of 150,000 to help pay the outstanding bill of services received between September 2014 and June 2015.