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Papillon Holdings Plc PPHP London Ordinary Share
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0.00 0.0% 1.325 01:00:00
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cromarty: Mr Pearson said: “It is inconceivable after the collapse of Worldlink, the damage it did to investors and football clubs, that the same individual could set up a very similar version under the name of My Club ­Betting.” Allardyce was signed by My Club Betting after he left West Ham and before he joined Sunderland to spearhead their successful Premier League survival drive last season. The scheme offers amateur sports groups such as village cricket teams and Sunday league football sides their own branded real-time ­website betting platform, with a pledge to plough a fifth of profits back into their clubs.
cromarty: One dismissed as “farcical̶1; plans to float it on the stock exchange — adding: “I lost £50,000. “They will take your money and you will never see it again. Please invest your money elsewhere. Don’t give these people any more money. “You will be just paying the salaries of people who sit in an office dreaming up the next way to tap you for more.” Another investor said: “He (Riches) made himself rich in the listing process by scamming most investors and never worked in the interest of investors.” Former Premier League commercial chief Stephen Pearson enrolled top-flight football club Sunderland and Championship outfits Newcastle United and Fulham into the Worldlink scheme after joining Riches as a business partner. He eventually sought a winding-up order against the company.
cromarty: But I had no idea about the background to the company which has been revealed by this ­investigation. “In view of the revelations about Worldlink I cannot continue to promote the My Club Betting site and I will be giving up my shares.” Riches’ earlier scheme left thousands of investors nursing huge losses in the wake of its liquidation. Documents obtained by The Sun show Worldlink Group PLC creditors are owed £4.3million. Two county court judgments against it are still outstanding, totalling £117,000. 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. But fuming Worldlink creditors have urged others not to put money into the new venture.
cromarty: e shall see cromarty21 Dec '16 - 05:49 - 5577 of 5586 2 0 Edit Warwick your comments in 2013 were correct and they are still NR is a conman. I have known him for over 20 years. The sooner everyone realises this the sooner he will sink to the true level of his abilities and intellect. 4laffalot21 Dec '16 - 22:23 - 5578 of 5586 1 0 dont often beleive what the Sun says but on this occasion they are spot on ...hxxps:// Warwick you numpty do you think that Myclubbetting can pass any kind of due diligence when its run by Neil Riches, a couple of oldies and his wife who goes by the name of "dizzy" and officially billed as "Superwoman" and whose profile says "Working Mum, nearly all grown up kids. Trying to stop my brain going completely to mush, so am now assisting the Hubs in the business. My experience is varied. Bit scatty and disorganised at times, in-dispersed with moments of genius and clarity! lol . Ladbrokes must be papping themselves at this slick new betting operation..... "Where do i invest"? said nobody ever....
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. It didn't. For obvious reasons. NASDAQ North wouldn't let them. They are now using Pappilon to extort more money from investors.
cromarty: But a similar scheme by chief Neil Riches fell into liquidation four years ago. Allardyce had agreed to work with the firm, in which he holds shares, and had promoted it on television in his role as a pundit. But our investigation found the company was run by a businessman who lost investors more than £4million when a near-identical previous scheme went into liquidation within a year of its stock market launch. As that venture, called Worldlink, was crashing in 2012, 57-year-old boss Neil Riches paid himself a £1,076,485 bonus on top of his £223,500 salary. Allardyce, 61, quit his role with the new firm — which promises lucrative rewards for hard-up sports clubs — immediately after he was alerted to The Sun’s findings. He said: “The reason I joined My Club Betting was because I am so passionate about grassroots sport.
cromarty: paid_piper 17 Sep '12 - 20:02 0 0 Charts Intraday chart. Click to open a chart window 6 Month chart. Click to open a chart window Long Term Chart 2 Year chart. Click to open a chart window Fundamental Data Sector MEDIA Mkt.Sector SQSL Mkt.Segment SSX3 Turnover - Profit - Norm EPS - PE Ratio - Market cap 3.36 NMS - News No News Available in the last month for WGP Stephen Pearson, former Chief Marketing Officer, Worldlink Group Plc (LSE:WGP) (“Worldlink221;), the UK listed Company and owner of patents on providing changing data in real-time for mobile devices, has instructed his lawyers to take action against Worldlink for breach of contract. Pearson had been consulting for the company since March and was announced publicly by Worldlink on 18th June to manage its sports and gaming division Worldlink Sport. He has been instrumental in brokering and management of a number of high profile football agreements including Premier League clubs Newcastle United, Fulham FC and Sunderland FC. In addition he has overseen all marketing and PR functions of Worldlink. Pearson joined Worldlink as Consultant Chief Marketing Officer after running his own successful marketing agency, for the last 12 years, which specialised in the sports and gaming markets. However, Pearson has now terminated his consultancy agreement with Worldlink due to its failure to comply with its obligations under it. Stephen Pearson stated, “I am extremely disappointed with Worldlink and its directors. Worldlink have been very happy to use my good name publicly to promote their business and I have worked for them tirelessly over the last few months. Regrettably I have been obliged to instruct my solicitors to take all necessary steps following Worldlink’s breaches of contract. To protect my good name in the international sports industry, I wish to make it clear that I no longer have any involvement with Worldlink”. Pearson continues “ I was also concerned that Worldlink Directors did not take my advice to publicly announce the termination of a previously announced investment from Andrew Ellis into Worldlink Sport (RNS Number : 9556H) that never transpired. I have been very concerned that leaving such false information in the market was misleading to investors of Worldlink and to the sports rights holders who were led to believe this was to fund their sponsorship agreements.. I also wish to have no party to what I consider misrepresentation
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