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Post  c_b on Tue 18 Nov 2008, 7:27 am

Trist your email still 'location' at 28 etc ??


Wildes business stuff is not registered in this country anymore it is done in Jersey.

He changed all that when Missilebrook went sniffing around his accounts ages ago.
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Post  Guided Missile on Wed 19 Nov 2008, 5:42 am

c_b wrote:Trist your email still 'location' at 28 etc ??


Wildes business stuff is not registered in this country anymore it is done in Jersey.

He changed all that when Missilebrook went sniffing around his accounts ages ago.
That's right, Wilde changed the domicile of his company, transferring all of the assets, charges, mortgages, employment contracts, supply contracts, building contracts, etc. etc. outside the UK, because a nonentity on an internet site spent 2 downloading the latest Merlion accounts from Companies House. Rolling Eyes

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Post  c_b on Wed 19 Nov 2008, 11:14 am

John not just you but others as well doing the same thing.

He was also guarding against the likes of Lowe using it for media propaganda.
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Post  Guided Missile on Wed 19 Nov 2008, 12:41 pm

c_b wrote:John not just you but others as well doing the same thing.

He was also guarding against the likes of Lowe using it for media propaganda.
Total bollox, IMHO. If he has transferred assets outside the UK, I am sure HSBC, who in the last accounts Merlion Group filed, were owed shedloads, would be interested in knowing. Such a transfer should be still reflected in the Merlion Accounts and filed at Companies House. Christ knows why he would do that. Imagine the stamp duty and remortgaging costs. Either way, transferring the business or assets does not avoid the responsibility to file accounts to reflect this. They are filed precisely so suppliers, banks, customers and any other interested parties can determine the credit worthiness of the company. You're not allowed to keep these things secret, FFS...

Anyway, if his company is doing so well and is worth so much, why keep it secret??

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Post  Master Bates on Tue 02 Dec 2008, 10:10 am

Ahh, hello all, nice to see us back again cheers
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