Insolvent Aquis lobster pot listed Lombard Capital (LCAP) starts its annual results statement today with the statement “ The period under review has been extremely difficult for the company and the directors’ well-being.” That would presumably include the director given vast unsecured loans to 100% fund two start up companies? Yes him. Diddums. My heart bleeds. Suffice to say the results are shite and the statement wholly misleading.
RentGuarantor Holdings PLC provides a rent guarantee service to tenants wishing to rent property in the UK from the Private Rental Sector. The rent guarantee service is an online service where applications can be managed on a secure and bespoke digital platform designed and built by RentGuarantor Holdings PLC So says the company but ahead of its 8 December listing on the lobster pot c/o Alfred Henry there is already a massive red flag fluttering. In fact there are a number.
SpectrumX Holidings Limited claims to be ready to set to launch, inter alia, the world’ smost powerful hand gel to stop the spread of you know what. Admittedly it is, according to its own website, only at the “patent pending” stage but it reckons that a Q3 2021 £50 million IPO is happening. We are now in Q4 so what’s the catch? Yesterday, Nick Michaels of Alfred Henry confirmed his firm was acting for SpectrumX and the IPO was still on, albeit delayed. Today administrators were called in. Ooops.
I warned a couple of weeks ago that Wildcat Petroleum (WCAT) was the most bonkers valuation on the market. Since then, it has got 30% more bonkers thanks to insanity and non news today.
Wildcat (WCAT) was established as a private company on 8 January 2020 with £50,400 of share capital. Those shares are now valued on the Standard List of the London Stock Exchange at just over £30 million. The whole blockchain related affair stinks because the real tangible value of this enterprise is 99% less than that! Let me explain.
Oh dear, Oh dear. As predicted here many times it has not ended well at House of Britannia, the company established by serial shyster Simon Petherick. An administrator was appointed on 29 June. Now for the roll call of fame.
I wrote an open letter to Emma Kane, the boss of PR group Redleaf Polhill (employer of foxy Bex) over the weekend prompted by grave concerns about a client of that firm which I shall now name, The House of Britannia (listed on GXG). You thought no-one in PR had any principle, think again. And its another small win for the Sheriff.