Cash bank Amigo is cautioning it may not make due in the wake of uncovering it faces a £345m pay bill for mis-selling claims.
The business, which loans cash to individuals with helpless credit records, additionally uncovered a leap in yearly misfortunes to £284m, contrasted and £38m last year.
In May, the High Court dismissed its arrangement to save a different pot of cash for remuneration.
Amigo had confronted a downpour of grumblings the organization had mis-sold them advances.
The organization, which offered advances with a financing cost of up to 49.9%, had to quit loaning last year after huge number of grumblings from clients who say they were supported for credits that they would never stand to reimburse.
A large group of these grievances have come by means of cases the executives organizations.
The controller, the Monetary Lead Authority (FCA), says that a credit is excessively expensive if making the reimbursements implies somebody needs to get more cash or get behind with fundamental bills.
Amigo has attempted once to arrange a settlement that would have seen those clients get pennies on the pound, yet it was dismissed by the High Court in May.
The organization is getting ready to introduce another proposition to the FCA and the High Court. In the event that this next offer is dismissed, it is probably going to go under.
Meeting room bust-ups and pushes with the controller have not helped however, in a general sense, Amigo is confronting a test that has cut down other enormous names in the area.
These outcomes uncover the enormous remuneration charge it faces for notable mis-selling of advances. The deluge of grumblings for propelling cash to individuals who had minimal shot at reimbursing has effectively spelled the finish to Wonga and others.
If Amigo somehow happened to fall, then, at that point a lot of borrowers will accept this is an organization that has harvested what it planted.
However, there will be concern too among the individuals who battle to get from standard moneylenders that their alternatives keep on contracting.
In the outcomes explanation, which was initially due to be made in July, the organization said there was a "material vulnerability" around its capacity to proceed as a going concern.
Gary Jennison, Amigo's CEO said he was quick to save the organization, as it offered fundamental money to the individuals who couldn't get to standard loaning.
"The issues of the past are genuine, yet don't lessen the need in the public arena for loan specialists like Amigo," he said.
"Amigo permits customary individuals, barred by banks and other standard credit suppliers, to get to mid-cost finance when they are subsidizing life fundamentals and to avoid a lot greater expense payday or illicit loan specialists."