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Toople dire interims, insolvency looms and is it admitting to lying to investors about money?

Toople (TOOP) has always been a dog with fleas and anyone owning the shares, down another 28% today to 0.021p has only themselves to blame – the loss since launch is now 99.75%.  But today’s statement seems to contain an admission of an obvious and monstrous lie told in an RNS before Christmas. Is low life adviser Novum happy with its clients lying to investors? I suspect it doesn't care as long as it is paid but I'd hope that the FCA would care.

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Toople - CEO lies about dilutive death spiral loan

Toople (TOOP), the sub-standard listed company, today issued an RNS about “debt financing”. And in that RNS, the CEO lies. Never buy shares in companies where the CEO is shown to tell a lie, as there are bound to be others you are unaware of.

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Toople – when will it Topple and die?

Today. Toople (TOOP) a sub-standard listed company which I have warned about many times,  published its results for the year ended 30 September 2021.  The company made a loss before tax of £1,280,950 on turnover of £3,012,936.  The real concern is the fall in revenues when the comparatives included only 7 and a 1/2 months from DMS Holdings Limited showing that the “core” Toople business once all its non-paying customers were removed had a massive slump in revenue.

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Toople – LTIP “to encourage long-term value creation”. Er...

Toople (TOOP), which states that it “provides bespoke telecoms services for its fast growing target market of UK SMEs”, has announced a 'long term incentive plan' “to encourage long-term value creation for the group's shareholders and to align the interests of the participants with shareholders”. Er...

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Toople – observations on the Prospectus: More red flags for Tea Vicar?

Perma dog Toople (TOOP) published its Prospectus today so I took a quick look through the tome and draw out some interesting elements below. Suffice to say the document is strewn with red flags and unanswered questions but demonstrates quite clearly the unacceptable greed of certain City advisors. They will prosper from this deal. Those owning the shares will not and this stock is utterly uninvestable at any price. So here is today’s list lof red flags and questions from the document.

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Toople – now about that acquisition sloppily and misleadingy announced yesterday: is there really a £900,000 black hole?

Yesterday I raised a number of concerns relating to the acquisition announced by uber-dog Toople (TOOP).  I fear there are more. We can start with the fact that the RNS needs to be re-issued as it refers to the wrong companies. Then there is a matter of a potential £900,000 black hole which could sink Toople completely…

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