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Breaking - another MFSA letter to Julie Meyer emerges - showing her version of events to be a big fat lie

By Tom Winnifrith | Monday 14 May 2018

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Oh dear, oh dear, the Winnileaks service is on fire. Catch up dead wood press! Earlier today I published an email & letter from the Maltese Regulators, the MFSA, to Julie Meyer on 24 November 2017 showing that her version of events which has seen her licenses suspended was simply not true and that she has defrauded at least one investor as you can see HERE. Now here is a second confidential email from the regulator dated 9 January 2018 ...

Meyer wants us to believe that the MSFA only suspended the license on Friday of last week because in May 2018 she said she was quitting Malta. But this January missive shows that Meyer was battling to retain her license months ago with the MFSA flagging up even more regulatory failings on her part, resignations of key staff  and talking of suspending and even cancelling the license as well as taking regulatory action against the company and its director, that is to say the devout Christian Julie Marie Meyer, the sole director.

Currently the FCA website shows that Ariadne Capital Malta Ltd is still authorised to do business in the UK thanks to an EU passport from the MFSA. I have put a call in suggesting that, in light of recent events, that is something the UK regulators may wish to reconsider.

Meanwhile I'm still praying that Julie's new lawyers Farrer & Co send me what would be my fourth lawyer's letter on behalf of "Praise The Lord". Go ahead make my day. 



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