Over 2,000 creditors of Pearl Linguistics, the London-based Language Service Provider (LSP) that declared bankruptcy on March 3, 2017, have filed claims with the company’s liquidator, accounting giant PwC.

A regulatory filing dated April 6, 2017 includes a 25-page list of individuals and companies that need to be paid from the proceeds of the liquidation of Pearl’s assets. The list consists mostly of freelance linguists whose services had not been paid at the time of the bankruptcy filing.