Some developments in the ongoing FlyGlobespan saga with the administrator asking for under-pressure technology provider to place the £34 million it allegedly owed the airline in a special account.
PricewaterhouseCoopers says discussions between it and the credit card processing firm have taken place but "progress has been limited".
EClear is being urged to place the disputed £35 million owed to the collapsed airline in a joint account immediately.
EClear has yet to return any calls.
The latest turn of events indicates PWC is perhaps starting to play hardball with EClear almost a week after FlyGlobespan collapsed and the role of EClear in the saga started to emerge.
The official leading the administration for PWC, Bruce Cartwright, says the move will hopefully "go some way to allowing the parties to demonstrate that they are approaching this matter in a cooperative manner".