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By Tom Winnifrith | Wednesday 14 February 2018If you like this, please share this article using the buttons below
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When Julie Meyer's Ariadne Capital Limited went bust just before Christmas among those owed millions of pounds were 13 employees and nine former employees. Thanks to Julie's habit of not paying staff and contractors on time, employee turnover has always been high. But Julie is keen that folks do not talk about their experiences and up to sixty ( yes SIXTY) ex staff and contractors face huge penalties if they break Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) they were forced to sign. Now one has bitten back, writing to investors on Ariadne Capital Limited as he wants to tell them what really happened.
The letter is below...of course Julie & her clownish in-house lawyer would say that this letter is just more fake news so why is it that she has not responded?
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