The FlyGlobespan saga continues apace - credit card payment firm E-Clear is in the High Court this week - and administrator PricewaterhouseCoopers clearly needs to find some money for creditors.
Running alongside the various financial shenanigans surrounding the case is news that PWC is trying to sell the Globespan's "wonderful customer details".
PWC is so excited that it even sent out a tweet.
Officials are saying little except that the databases up for sale are "marketing and customer" - so potentially thousands of name records, addresses, credit card details, previous trips, etc.
PWC will not say how many records are available and will only share further details "with interested parties" before the deadline of Wednesday 13 January 2010.
The aim of the sale is to provide cash to those owed money by Globespan.
It also "satisfied" that any issues surrounding Data Protection Act have been addressed.
Wonder what former Globespan customers will make of that?
NB: PWC now says only data where customers had notified FlyGlobespan can pass on data to third parties is to be sold.