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Updated: Is the musicMagpie whistleblower its Chief Technology Officer? He says no!

Earlier I posted damning claims about musicMagpie (MMAG) by someone claiming to be an ex employee, which suggest that the busineses's new ventures will flop and its existing business is in real decline. So who is this poster? It has been suggested that it is the company's CTO David Hilton. The company's PR firm Powerscourt cannot be arsed to return calls as promised which only fuels uncertainty whiile musicMagpie HQ was not even answering the phone mid afternoon. But Mr Hilton has better manners and has got back to me to say he is still employed at music and is not the whistleblower.


If this is not an ex musicMagpie employee spilling the beans then he is a great imposter

musicMagpie (MMAG) the company one heartbeat from being in the hands of a fraud enabler has been a long term – and quite utterly brilliant – bear call by myself. I think I have made the ongoing bear case quite clearly after the most recent (lack of) profits warning. Now a chap claiming to be an ex employee has popped up on the LSE Asylum with a few posts. Now I know this is the No 1 asylum but the virgin poster seems to know what he is talking about. Maybe he/she/they is real?


musicMagpie – why must banksters find new ways to lose money?

The answer to the question is that they don’t because the old ways of blowing up their balance sheets already work jolly well.  And that brings us to musicMagpie (MMAG) a company with a proven fraudster one missed heartbeat from the helm, which has no real USP, which has deceived its investors and is burning cash. Great! That sounds like just the sort of company a bankster would want to do business with as we enter a recession. Coke and hookers all round. Today we learn that NatWest and HSBC have offered it a three year RCF, an overdraft for corporates And boy will music need that cash.

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