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Wandisco – a $1 billion fraud blows up on AIM

If I had a quid for every time I warned that shares in Wandisco (WAND) were at a bonkers valuation based on reported revenues, I’d be able to buy a season ticket at Wrexham. But today we discovered that most pf those reported revenues were made up and that the size of the emerging fraud was big enough to bankrupt a company which, at £13.10, was capitalised at £863 million. Now the shares have been suspended as investors face calamity in AIM’s biggest scandal for years.

Wandisco – absolutely appalling MBE winning results – when will this £170 million bubble burst?

A week ago, Dave Richards - CEO of Wandisco (WAND) - was tweeting pictures of himself suited and booted, as well as his Mrs dressed up to the nines, as they headed to the residence of comrade Elizabeth Windsor. Today, he proudly waffles on about 2021 results from Wandisco. Only when you read the notes buried at the bottom, are you reminded of the dire realities. It could go bust, and will inevitably do a bailout placing - but is that enough? This is a train crash, and, rather than serving up nauseatingly misleading statements, Richards should admit to the facts.

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