The curse of Julie “Lingerie on Expenses” Meyer – strike off order at Lattun 1 day after she joins board
By Tom Winnifrith | Wednesday 11 January 2023
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This is not
quite what you might expect from someone awarded an MBE for services to business
at the behest of Rob Terry defender Vince Cable. But then again, why someone
fleeing a High Court Arrest warrant and under an FCA criminal investigation
still has a gong as something of a mystery. But back to Lattun.
You may remember that I revealed yesterday how Julie Meyer had lied when signing up as its sole director on 9 January. Matters appear to have moved quickly and maybe this is why previous director Scott Fulton resigned in a hurry.
As you can see HERE a First gazette notice for compulsory strike off has now been filed because – as is often the case with Ms. Meyer’s companies – of a late filing, in this case a confirmation statement. I am sure that the usual excuses will be made (Julie has covid (again), is working on a £1 million deal (again), paperwork lost in post, etc) and Lattun will avoid the executioner’s chop.
Although with negative net assets of £113,240 at the end of calendar 2021, there appears little here worth saving.
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