If you keep getting away with the same old crap, it becomes the accepted norm. But we dont think it should. It is boring but we keep banging on about it.
Crowdcube's latest campaign is for Vita Mojo - it has crossed its £1.5m line within a few days. Truth is the line was actually £500k. Impressive but not quite Carling.
So why are they allowed to dress these things up? In this pitch you have to search for the £1m input, off platform, from The Elior Group, as it appears at the bottom of the Exit section. Why?
You are told they invested at the same price, but you are not told what the terms were in full.
Just as we thought phew, that's enough of the Crowdcube cock ups, the DD dept have excelled themselves again - see image above. In the excellent video for this company's campaign, passed as fit and proper by CC, there is a glaring altfact. Ewan Stickley, who appears in the video alongside this image's description, as a big hitting endorsement, was never the Operations Director at Pret a Manger as the video claims - he was the Operations manager for London. There is a big difference you know. He has never been a Director of anything apart from his own small business training company. We are sure Mr Stickley doesnt even know his name is being misused - his Linkedin page is accurate. Why do Crowdcube have to do this shit time and time again?