LOOKING TO IDENTIFY WHAT OLIVER GLEAVE DID WITH THE CROWDCUBE INVESTMENT.
IT'S A SIMPLE QUESTION
Where is the Monii money?
In May 2016, Monii Limited raised £180,770 on the crowdsourcing website CrowdCube. Nine weeks later, the company ceased trading.
One of the investors trusted Oliver Gleave with £20,000 - her life savings. Life is the key word here as this young lady was terminally ill with secondary breast cancer. A fact that Oliver knew. Having no children of her own, she wanted to leave a legacy for her nieces and nephews.
She died in May 2018. It is for her that we want the truth about were the Monii money went.
KEY MONII LIMITED EVENTS
£180,770 Raised on Crowdcube
114 people invested in Oliver Gleave's Monii Limited business. A company that promised to deliver CRM software for small businesses.
Ceased Trading 64 Days Later
Without notice, the doors closed and Monii Limited stops operations. Six talented and committed people lost their jobs.
Investors Given No Explanation
Despite direct requests made to Oliver Gleave, there has been no explanation as to where the Crowdcube investment went.
ABOUT OLIVER GLEAVE
Loop Software Limited
Oliver's latest venture has taken him back into the PropTech arena. In bed with Adam Day of eXp-UK, he who failed with hatched.co.uk. The company registration number is 10622485 and the registered address is Sargent House, Lower Green, Broadway, WR12 7BU.
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