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Worldlink Grp LSE:WGP London Ordinary Share GB00B3P21X12 ORD GBP0.01
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Worldlink Grp Daily Update: Worldlink Grp is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WGP. The last closing price for Worldlink Grp was 8p.
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cromarty: I first wrote about Papillon Holdings (PPHP) when it joined the Sub-Standard List back in June (HERE) assessing whether it was “fit” enough for the squad. Well, I had no reason to worry as a mere three months later, it has issued an appalling RNS which will have the inevitable disappointing long-term consequences for shareholders. As a reminder, Papillon is one of the many sub-scale investment companies with limited funds and was established to make an acquisition in the industrial and services sector which, I noted at the time, was previously was pretty wide. Yesterday it announced that it was: “…pleased to inform shareholders that it has signed non-binding Heads of Terms to acquire the entire issued share capital of Limited, a specialised betting and gaming related business, for new shares in the Company (the "Acquisition"). The Acquisition, if completed, would result in Papillon shareholders having a minority interest in the enlarged group (the "Group").” As a potential RTO, the shares were suspended yesterday at 1.325p giving a market cap of £1.75 million and shareholders are now locked in. So what are my concerns? First, although the investment policy was drawn as broadly as possible I still think it is pushing it to make an investment in an online betting company particularly as the admission document pushed the energy and resources experiences of the Board of Directors; however, I imagine if pressed on this point, it would argue that it squeezes into the definition of the “entertainment” sub-sector of the “services̶1; sector. Nevertheless, it still feels a bit disappointing. More importantly though is my concerns with the deal itself. Limited is a reincarnation of Worldlink Group plc which listed on the Standard list (surprise) in late 2011 at a share price of £2.50 and was in liquidation a year later with over £4 million of debts and the shares suspended down at 8p. Its performance, however, clearly merited a bonus of over £1 million to its CEO, Neil Riches! Upon liquidation, the assets were acquired by the CEO and others for £180,000 plus a future potential revenue share and that company is now called It enables local sports clubs to run betting services; however, this is a hugely competitive market. It was so when Worldlink went bust 4 years ago and is even more so now with recent consolidation in the online sports betting market. On the plus side, it has had some recent press as Sam Allardyce, one of its brand ambassadors, had to step down from the role on taking on the England manager role. I guess all publicity is good publicity, right? The recent abbreviated accounts of Limited for the year to 30 April 2015 show losses to date of £2.7 million. I am interested to see more up-to-date financial information in the forthcoming prospectus but would be very surprised if the business is profitable at the moment or will be in the near-term. By now, Papillion will have less than £700,000 in cash and once costs of the RTO are taken into account, it is highly likely that it will need to raise further funds to fund I can’t fathom why third parties will provide additional funding for a business and a management team that took a very similar business into liquidation a few years ago. Guess this is the Sub-Standard List though so anything is possible. I feel for the shareholders locked in here as I reckon the share price is only going one way, as and when it comes out of suspension. I’ll review further once the prospectus comes out with a more definitive view on the RTO. - See more at: hxxp://
cromarty: Riches claims My Club Betting is due to launch on Europe’s Nasdaq (First North) stock exchange at a £10 share price with a value of £75million.
hugosamuel: Warwick, I have absolutely no doubt at all that you have NOT read the ruling from our Markman hearing by Judge Sleet.I want us to be successful in the trial and think this slanging match is horribly timed but the driving force is likely the Sun using it to sell papers on the Allardyce/England Manager/scam angle and we are just unfortunate it was us. They could have done this at any time but the truth is, apart from us in here, no-one cares about Worldlink. The typical Sun reader wants to see big headlines and without the Allardyce angle, they would not have raised an eyebrow let alone covered it.Ps: I honestly do like your sentiment but your post at 14.18 is your worst yet. The few shorters theory is truly ludicrous, I don't know why you keep banging on about it. Have you considered that it just might be that the 95% drop in Frankfurt, followed by the 95% drop on LSE (both on low regulation listing types), the announced but unfulfilled deals with Football League, various Prem clubs and the large number of long investors with losses might perhaps, just MAYBE...outweigh a handful of shorters you suspect might exist. The share price drops and deals were our doing, not a 3rd party. Showing some caution on listing number 3 from the same guy on another low regulation listing is probably sensible.Anyway, just 10 days until September and the 4th Flotation date you have promised for My Club Betting.To 4laffalot, I have been critical of WGP in the past but at least the patent is finally coming to a definitive solution either way. However, I remain of the view that accepting hospitality then bringing a man's wife into the piece is low.To finish, this chat room is about Worldlink. The patent is the core of Worldlink. The trial is in January. Quest have invested 7 figures in this, the Defendants more in defending it and will not settle. We will know soon and we have been waiting ages for it. All the rest is pointless right now.
hugosamuel: Quote ross2085 on 7 July (5179): "Received a call from Ray at My Club Betting over the weekend. Very nice man who was offering me a share price of £3.40 as a current Worldlink shareholder. I also have an opportunity to increase my shares which I am considering. This all seems fine to me, but he had no record of my current share holding in 'The Betting Service Ltd', in which I was given 1 share per 96 Worldlink shares (so I now have 76 shares). With MyClubBetting apparently taking over The Betting Service."
ross2085: Had over 7000 shares in Worldlink (which personally was a lot to me at the time) which was lost. Received a call from Ray at My Club Betting over the weekend. Very nice man who was offering me a share price of £3.40 as a current Worldlink shareholder. I also have an opportunity to increase my shares which I am considering. This all seems fine to me, but he had no record of my current share holding in 'The Betting Service Ltd', in which I was given 1 share per 96 Worldlink shares (so I now have 76 shares). With MyClubBetting apparently taking over The Betting Service. 1) Positive - £3.40 is a good price, this is all legit and I make a good profit on those shares. 2) Negative - This is all a scam and I lose the lot. Ray also spoke about a court settlement being reached which would give each Worldlink shareholder a tidy sum. If anyone else has had contact from Ray, send me a message to discuss.
hugosamuel: You will pay us 8p for each WGP share we own right now? (you can have all MCB too)? Please confirm.
hugosamuel: well, it would probably be a big dilution as I would expect BB would be the dominant party plus shares to new funders but it would be left to market forces to naturally alter the share price (hopefully increased value/market cap of merged company offsets the dilution and stops the share price from changing much). Regardless of the share price itself, it would make a resumption of trading possible and I would definitely take that over suspenders. Might even be worth a longer buy and hold for the merged company. big weekend for us. We need to see advertising at Fulham and Sunderland this weekend.
richmond5: Hs Buying shares in WGP or any other PLC means you have purchase a contract that says the the paper issued is what you hold as a security proof of transfer of funds The money transfered to the PLC is there's to use as they seem fit however they issue a propectus to give the invester the choice to invest or not The value of that pice of paper is derived from the value the market values it not what you or i think its what the market thinks ie if the share is deemed to have positive attribute the share price will go up negitive the price will go down When a share is suspended from trading it is to protect the contracts that have been issued not the company the shares because like in WGP's instance the rummers are rife i belive in this case there is a person publishing London Gazette articals that are indeed fact how ever the reason behind the move is unclear and has not been fully explained officially un till that time the share holder should be of the understanding that the management is working in your best interests As you have stated when Wgp re lists it is your intension to sell your shareholding and your general feeling towards the company is they are lacking your trust when you do sell the shareholding you are prepared to pass that ill feeling on to someone else in the form of shares The question you should ask yourself why are you not man enough to take the lost with out passing the blame on to the management of Wgp they never forced you to buy the shares did they? in conclusion when you buy shares be prepared to lose all your money and on the flip side of the coin be prepared to get a gain also
hugosamuel: it would not have been considered an impossible achievement if we knew they would just PAY sponsorship fees for it especially when they listed a few months back with a £55M market cap with carefully worded statements about 15 MILLION credit lines. It was only when this became clear BS that we would have blinked. Why would we think they couldn't fund a £500K sponsorship deal that is basically like buying expensive advertising? This is a quote from the RNS from Worldlink in November: "Worldlink Group plc are pleased to announce that they have secured a further commitment of €10 Million of equity line funding" What would have been impossible is they win against a multi hundreds of thousands up front payment from something else with a revenue share of the 3% stake money Bet Butler received (as they used for Ramsgate). I admit no-one thought that possible but that is not what they have done. If you and I signed up as an Afiliate with Bet Butler (as anyone can do), chucked in £250K each as BarnseyHugeMoreforusLink, we would have won it because it is reputable as Bet Butler white labelled. If it was so great, why have the big guns not gone with Worldlink? Yes it shows good intention and has merit but does not fundamentally change anything. The Share Price deserves to be higher for this but lower for a multitude of other reasons. You overestimate it but where we might agree is it might (and I very much desperately hope) pump the share price temporarily price yes. But it has no bearing on the patent, their mobile (or not), their platforms strength versus Bwin, Betfred or Paddy Power etc who have all closed bigger deals in te last few days. If the share price can double on the One Media fiasco, it can go up on Prem RNS announcements. As someone quoted the other day, this could be 1p to £1. I have no idea where anymore but would not be surprised to see it slump after a temporary pop anymore than jump to 30p and blast north of 50p the same week. Who knows? ps. I still think it WILL go up when it returns but I want to be out before the music stops.
hugosamuel: dilution might not hurt the share price guys. when they went from 22million shares to 42 million shares with the debt conversion, the share price did not really change. of course, in a full sale of the company it would matter because the consideration is divided by a bigger number but for every day share trading that we care about, it could actually increase the share price day to day because the fundamentals are more positive so more people want to buy, less people want to sell. no distressed seller around to hold us back so share up!
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