By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 11 June 2021
The first time I contacted the FCA about these two boiler room scams was in November 2019. Natch the woke were too busy jerking off on ESG porn to do anything and now about £35 million has been stolen. My coverage has been extensive as you can see HERE. But now it really is time that the FCA did something and put these frauds to the sword if only so that those who invested under EIS can get some of their cash back.
Thus I have today written to senior staffers at the FCA urging immediate action. Better late than never.
Meanwhile, shareholders have set up a facebook action group to push the authorities to act. If you have invested in either company, you can join HERE and should do so.
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