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Julie Meyer – now about the alleged theft from Taggstar when you were the sole director & paying Rachel Lowe

By Tom Winnifrith | Wednesday 13 June 2018

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Taggstar is a company that, the joke ACE Fund run by Julie “lingere on expenses” Meyer MBE invested in and which – according to her lie packed fraudulent “private & confidential” begging email of 29 April 2018  (see HERE) was one of ACE’s hottest prospects, a "winner". Of course you and I know that it went into administration in July 2016. But it gets worse, because until her contract was “terminated” on 28 March 2016 Ms lingerie on expenses was the sole director of Taggstar.

Meyer’s successor George Robinson had to restate accounts signed off by Julie for the year to September 30 2015, and within months had to wind up the company. He stated to the administrator that there had been fraud on the Meyer watch and specifically that Taggstar company funds were “misappropriated and used to fund Ariadne Capital Limited”.

Natch Meyer denies that and since she is a devout Christian, who are we to dispute this.  Although I note that the administrators say that they are pursuing investigations and I am aware that the Taggstar administrators have had “discussions” with the administrators of Ariadne capital Limited.

But here is a coincidence and it relates to Rachel Lowe, a high flier who had the misfortune to work for Meyer’s Ariadne Capital Limited for five months in 2012. She was, of course, not paid and had to go legal. Meyer countersued – a common and invariably unsuccessful tactic of hers – delayed and delayed again. Finally she turned up in Court and was branded by the Judge as “not credible.” The Judge said her evidence at times “bordered on the hysterical”. Meyer claims to have been stressed giving evidence by video-link as she worked on a $100 million deal abroad. Oddly that deal never landed although “the $100 million deal” has been wheeled out as an excuse many times by Meyer as a way of a voiding sessions in court.

Ariadne was ordered to pay £64,500.90 ( much of it costs) but did not pay. It offered to pay instalments, pleading poverty, but Lowe refused.  In the end Lowe had to get a winding up order against it but one day before that came into effect in mid February 2016 the amount was paid in full by Ariadne.

But here is the odd thing. That very same week the exact same amount was transferred from Taggstar ( sole director Julie Marie Meyer) to Ariadne ( sole director Julie Marie Meyer). That is of course a total coincidence.

Within six weeks of that transfer Meyer’s position at Taggstar had been “terminated”. Before her departure she signed off on accounts for the year to September 30 2015. After her departure those accounts were restated with the two differences being Trade receivables ( debtors) which fell by £62,573 between V1 and v2 and trade payables which increased by £4,000.

£64,500.90 and £66,573 – pretty similar amounts. Natch that is just another coincidence. Julie Meyer never does anything wrong.


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