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CloudTag: Life in the old fraud yet or just a new fraud and possibly money laundering?

Cloudtag (CTAG) was a bulletin board darling which we exposed as a bankrupt fraud on this website numerous times HERE. Eventually the company's Nomad, Liam Murray at Cairn Financial, arrived at the same conclusion and gave his notice of resignation.  However the company then raised £975,000 via broker Novum without telling Novum or anyone else about that resignation. Murray thus resigned with immediate effect and Novum unwound the placing while, with no other Nomad prepared to take on this toxic client, it was booted off the AIM sewer in March 2017.


Cloudtag – Wot, no countdown clock? The Fat Lady sings again...

As we all know, Cloudtag (CTAG) was a former darling of the AIM Casino which had a few problems with nasty people like us pointing out that it was a total POS in every way until it was booted off the Casino when the Nomad resigned. It now seems that a part of the Cloudtag empire has bitten the dust as Companies House has announced the Final Gazette notice for Cloudtag Active Limited...


Cloudtag tells its dumb investors that it will relist - blames Nomad Cairn for AIM exit

If you were dumb enough to own shares in the fraud Cloudtag (CTAG) before it was booted off the AIM casino you will swallow any old horse. If proof was needed of this two investors, from the Shareholders Group committee, met with the company's CEO Amit Ben Haim and its IR man Jamie Bligh on 13 February. The minutes are a hoot and can be accessed below.


Cloudtag's Christmas message to its moronic shareholders

The fraud du jour of 12 months ago Cloudtag (CTAG) continues to pretend it is a real company with real operations. Its website even has a year end message from CEO Amit Ben Haim. It doers not have FY 2016 or H1 2017 financial results but who cares about numbers when you have Amit spouting 100% bull. Amit tells his moronic followers: 

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