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Sub-Standard AIQ Moves Into NFTs In A Desperate Ramp

Sub-Standard-listed AIQ, the baby of Andrew Monk’s VSA Capital and Standard List posterboy for all that can go wrong, announced this morning that its IT consultancy business (what’s left of it) has been awarded a contract to supply an NFT marketplace, and that it has established partnerships with two suppliers. Big news……or not!

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AIQ – Piss-Up, Brewery……Still a Sell With Bells On

After yesterday’s FY results were released by sub-Standard listed AIQ (AIQ) I pointed out that the recent insiders convertible loan was, we were told yesterday, at a ludicrous interest rate of 5% per day. The usual form for auditing accounts is that the auditors audit not only the numbers in the financial statements, but the notes as well. Yet later that day, the company had to ‘fess up that it had got it all wrong. Talk about being unable to organise a piss-up in a brewery!

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Sub-Standard AIQ Delivers Sub-Standard Results – And Another MASSIVE 5% per day Red Flag. This Is Sell With Bells On

I noted yesterday that FY results from sub-Standard-Listed AIQ (AIQ) were due today. To leave one’s results to deadline day is of itself at Red Flag, but a brief nose through the numbers what a horrific shambles has been made of this VSA Capital/ Andrew Monk IPO from 2018. Fortunately, ShareProphets readers were warned right from the off.

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BREAKING: AIQ – sub-Standard Interims from a Dead Man Walking as the Fat Lady Begins Her Warm-up

Sub-Standard listed AIQ (AIQ), pride and joy of Andrew Monk’s VSA Capital fold, has updated the market with publication of its interims. Given that the company only joined the LSE sewer that is the Standard List in January 2018 and spent its first six months suspended – in part due to disclosure failures in its Prospectus (nice work, VSA) – one might not be surprised to learn that AIQ’s existence hasn’t exactly been stellar. But this morning’s Interims – to April – are utterly disastrous. Shame on all concerned. 

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Time for A Monkey to apologise: AIQ – Shambles upon shambles and still a SELL

Yet more red faces for Andrew Monk and his team at VSA Capital which launched this abomination on the stockmarket and still acts as its adviser. But I guess that coke and hookers don't pay for themselves and a man's got to do what a man's got to do. What a total shambles! Sub-Standard-listed AIQ (AIQ) has announced the result of its strategic review this morning – this as a result of the disastrous reverse takeover of Alchemist Codes to add to the original and equally shambolic IPO on the sub-standard list back in 2018 which saw the stock suspended for most of its first six months on the market.

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BREAKING: The bastard child of Andrew Monk's VSA Resources, AIQ, offers sub-Standard Results - shares crash and it could be lights out any moment

Oh dear, oh dear. Oh dearie dearie me. We warned you time and time again and even managed to get the shares suspended but somehow this bastard child of Andrew Monk's VSA Resources. ;lurched on. Sub-Standard Listed AIQ, which spent most of its first six months on the market suspended after the IPO was botched, has delivered calamitous final results, called a strategic review and qualified its going concern statement. In short, it is mega-ouzo time for us, it is time for Mr Monk to apologise to one and all and donate the fat fees earned on this one to Rogue Bloggers for Woodlarks

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(Sub-) Standard-listed AIQ…..now founding exec directors depart with immediate effect! Shame on you Andrew Monk

Sub-Standard-listed AIQ has had a chequered history since it floated on the London Stock Exchange courtesy of Andrew Monk and VSA Capital. The founding executive directors’ full details had not been correctly disclosed, there was the mother of all shambles as IPO share certificates failed to arrive in a timely manner and at the same time a buying frenzy – perhaps by people who thought there was a relationship to Mama Captain (denied), the stock spent most of its first four months as a listed entity suspended and even a placing to address the IPO shambles was messed up. Meanwhile, the stock was trading (when not suspended) at a ridiculous premium to cash, with no business.

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