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WRN Worthington Group Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
28 Nov 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Group Plc LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 87.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 87.00 GBX

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Posted at 23/5/2023 22:56 by spikeyj
looks like LSE admin have re-enabled postings to the WRN
chatboard. new posts from 13/5, after gap since oct ‘22.
Posted at 31/3/2023 14:05 by spikeyj
bbms, i understand that some brown envelopes were indeed sent
out, at long last, but apparently there was some terrible mix-up
so those brown envelopes ending up going through the letterboxes
of the WRN 5 summoning them to appear in court themselves. oops.
Posted at 25/3/2023 14:23 by filthylucre01
6 weeks since the pro wrn poster alluded to one of the Wrn 5 dying and still no confirmation of the news. A poster writing they’ve ‘just heard’ of a death amounts to nothing and just makes me more sceptical, if that’s possible.
Posted at 04/3/2023 09:30 by arthur_lame_stocks
Don't get me wrong David, but had I lost money in WRN and Whetstone you can bet your cotton socks I'd be wishing them ill.
Posted at 04/3/2023 09:12 by filthylucre01
Unless the pro wrn poster states the name of the person that has allegedly died, I will find it extremely hard to believe.
Posted at 10/2/2023 11:55 by filthylucre01
I recall SK mentioning a prelim court hearing for the alleged fraud committed by the WRN crew this March, can anyone confirm if that's correct?
Posted at 25/1/2023 22:37 by spikeyj
meanwhile, no sign of our dear old pal copperwindow93 since
early november ‘22, when he said he was going to see if the
FCA could help him get his money back from all those massive
life-changing losses on DVRG. … unclear just how sympathetic
FCA would be to copper, since he had invested lots of money
in DVRG thinking that he was getting info privately from a
BoD member (which copper seemed to think gave him a sneaky
advantage over other punters just relying on corporate RNSs).

a bit off-topic for WRN, soz! … just passing the time of day while we
wait for the trial to begin. (wonder if some plea-bargaining underway?)
Posted at 23/11/2022 12:39 by sweet karolina2
The old adage you can't con an honest person does spring to mind. Also what the judge who sent AE down last time said:

"Judge Denis Lloyd told Earley: ''When you deal with other people's money and public money, you must account for how you do it.''

The Judge added that he felt little sympathy for greedy investors who had given Earley their money."

However there were a lot of ordinary decent people who bought their shares in Main Market (forget to mention Standard) Official List WRN in the normal ways PIs buy shares. Yes it looked too good to be true and indeed it was not true, but only some were tipped the wink to get out before suspension, whilst others were piling in to what they had been led to believe, through RNSs and other IR comms channels was going to be a multi £Bn global conglomerate (classic pump and dump). This was not a victimless crime and did not just impact the stupid and greedy. That is why there are laws to protect ordinary people against this sort of thing and why regulators exist to prosecute those who break them. The WRN 5 are being prosecuted because FCA have sufficient evidence to bring the charges, it has nothing at all to do with what anyone has posted or will post on a BB and those who try to insinuate that it does are clearly the real slimeballs. The trouble is it will be 10 years after the event by the time the verdict is in and nearly everyone will have forgotten the ordinary victims. However, in the morning and at the going down of the WRN 5, we will remember them.
Posted at 19/11/2022 00:08 by sweet karolina2
Perhaps with all the talk about needing to be proved guilty beyond reasonable doubt it is worth reminding ourselves of just one of the many bits of evidence FCA have to show who was really running the scam at WRN:

This one shows them attempting to move pensioners' assets so creditors (including HMRC) can't get them. That is what AE got struck off for at one of his many other failed companies. Couple of other familiar names there too, who are not among the famous 5.

From: Doug Ware

Date: 11 January 2013 at 13:40

Subject: RE: Draft RNS

To: Aidan Earley

Hi Aidan,

Such good news about Karen, you both must be so relieved.

Attached is RNS with my comments, we need a plan as to when the litigation
against Rangers International will be commenced & made public. Also
attached is an updated Briefing note which I sent to Craig yesterday.

With regard to the security, we all understand that this is a safety net
for the investors in case WRN is forced into insolvency by the Pension
Trustee or the Pension Regulator/PPF not accepting a deal. There is no
safety net for me. In the event that the land in Keighley and the shares
in Trimmings by design come under our control we need to agree in advance
the plan for managing these assets. I suggest that the assets are placed
in an SPV. I will secure the planning application & manage the TBD
shareholding. After the cash outstanding has been repaid from the sale of
the land with planning permission, and possibly the TBD shares to the
other shareholders, I suggest that the remaining proceeds are split in the
following way: 32% to each of AE, CW & DW 4% to be given to John Taylor
as he will be the "man on the ground" doing all the leg work on an unpaid

I hope that you & Craig can agree to this & raise the necessary cash next
week to secure the position. Is Richard Beresford on board? If so I
suggest you get him to draw up the required security documentation for
filing at Companies House & the Land Registry, remember we need to be able
to control the assets in an insolvency situation.

Warm regards,


From: Aidan Earley [mailto:]
Sent: 08 January 2013 22:26
To: dougware
Subject: RE: Draft RNS

Wrong one - correct attached

From: Aidan Earley []
Sent: 08 January 2013 22:21
To: dougware
Subject: Draft RNS

A first attempt
Posted at 18/11/2022 18:36 by spikeyj
“The shame for the wives and the children.”

saracen, ? yes perhaps, but in some cases these things
could be more about shared guilt rather than shame?
- particularly in certain kinds of fraud situations where
folk wanted to keep things in the family, so to speak.

the FCA will be well aware who WRN’s ‘Harriet’; is, and her relationship to the
accused. - ? but what did she actually understand at the time about the nature
of WRN? … hopefully she will be asked to give evidence on oath in court.

(that might help clarity matters.)
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