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tomorrow can't come quick enough 14:17 - Oct 16 with 1116342 viewsbatman

Not for us, but for Bury.
i was credit checking a potential customer and decided to nosey onto
BFC's file and was (or maybe not) supprised to see a new CCJ for circa £22k lodged
only Wednesday this week.
looks like they are in need of a bumper crowd tomorrow to settle some bills
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:59 - Jan 12 with 7029 viewsDaleiLama

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:33 - Jan 12 by 49thseason

Are all the loans secured by the ground? If they do go tits up, someone is going to be disappointed to find out that the ground isn't worth anything like £14m. Is it even legal to have multiple loans all secured on the same asset?


Day is a Jedi at securing loans against property - most of them have been secured against a house of cards.

Come on you Dayul
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:30 - Jan 12 with 6862 viewsBigDaveMyCock

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 15:34 - Jan 12 by judd

Not sure how up to date this is but

"Information in the public domain shows Day's companies and BFC currently have live loans of some £3m with Moneything and nearly £11m with Saving Stream as well as a number of other charges with other organisations and individuals. So, it's quite possible that some, if not all, of the £2.5m is from those sources. "

Should we lend them one of Hogan's eyebrows or summat?


Yeah, it appears P2P funders lend to one of the six million Merdco companies and some of that money makes its way to Bury. Essentially funding the club via some property deal somewhere undertaken by a subsidiary company.

Safe as houses.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:34 - Jan 12 with 6847 viewsBigDaveMyCock

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 15:58 - Jan 12 by SuddenLad

Hang on..................is your post 'flagging up' that there are accumulated debts in excess of £14 million ??

Where's the financial investigators when you need them ? This charade surely can't carry on much longer........... can it ?


The club at the moment only has secured loans with Moneything.

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:44 - Jan 12 with 6813 views442Dale

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:34 - Jan 12 by BigDaveMyCock

The club at the moment only has secured loans with Moneything.


Not heard of SavingStream being mentioned before.

It's getting very confusing now, why are some of the getting excitable about money being converted to shares?!

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:51 - Jan 12 with 6783 viewsBigDaveMyCock

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:44 - Jan 12 by 442Dale

Not heard of SavingStream being mentioned before.

It's getting very confusing now, why are some of the getting excitable about money being converted to shares?!


Another P2P lender. They're under the impression that Day personally, or one of his companies, has lent the club money but instead of repayment has opted to exchange the debt for shares in club.

Has he balls........

Blue shorts. Still remember Peter Reid's blue shorts 8 foot in the air as a result of Moran's tackle.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 19:09 - Jan 12 with 6710 viewsSuddenLad

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:44 - Jan 12 by 442Dale

Not heard of SavingStream being mentioned before.

It's getting very confusing now, why are some of the getting excitable about money being converted to shares?!


I suspect the fact 'it's becoming confusing' is no coincidence. I'm by no means 'savvy' in the world of finance, but I reckon the average fan is no wiser than me, when it comes to the intricacies of dealing in multi-million pound sums and loans.

That, of course, suits them perfectly. thankfully, we have people on here who have a better understanding and can separate the myths from the realities.

This thread should be transplanted on to the Bury Message Board. They should all read it.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 21:08 - Jan 12 with 6543 viewspnc4eva1

http://www.financialthing.com/saving-stream/

A nice summary of the company and how it works. 1.5% per month on £2500000 is quite a sum of money to pay back especially if the income stream is limited.

£37500 a month interest alone.
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up the dale
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 21:37 - Jan 12 with 6461 views49thseason

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 21:08 - Jan 12 by pnc4eva1

http://www.financialthing.com/saving-stream/

A nice summary of the company and how it works. 1.5% per month on £2500000 is quite a sum of money to pay back especially if the income stream is limited.

£37500 a month interest alone.
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So thats another £10k a week to add to the £40 grand a week they were losing before?
Or have they used the new loans to pay off some of the old ones? Although if there is now £ 14m of loans maybe not?
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 22:56 - Jan 12 with 6312 viewsbocadave

Still paying Flicker 1700 quid a week, as they c`ant afford to pay up his contract according to my sources.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 23:04 - Jan 12 with 6292 viewsmacro

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 22:56 - Jan 12 by bocadave

Still paying Flicker 1700 quid a week, as they c`ant afford to pay up his contract according to my sources.


Heard similar. Severance deal couldn’t be agreed
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 08:12 - Jan 13 with 6096 viewsjudd

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:33 - Jan 12 by 49thseason

Are all the loans secured by the ground? If they do go tits up, someone is going to be disappointed to find out that the ground isn't worth anything like £14m. Is it even legal to have multiple loans all secured on the same asset?


The loans mentioned, I believe ,are spread across Day's portfolio of various companies.

One of them has borrowed at least £2.5m and pumped the cash into Bury FC. In order to strengthen the balance sheet (and possible exhibit signs of financial distress), the loan has been converted to shares, the shareholding being held by Mederco, a Day company. The loan no longer appears as a BFC liability. However, it must still be re-paid from cash generated via some source or other (trading income, sale of various assets, a new loan etc.)

Should the loan be defaulted upon or called in whatsoever, the main way to generate sufficient cash is to realise the valuable assets on the various balance sheets within the portfolio of companies.

Recently BFC revalued their asset base in order to strengthen the balance sheet, their accounts were caveated by the Auditors concern about the ability of the business to meet its' future financial obligations without the funding vehicle provided by the Directors.

Day's businesses appear to be extremely heavily geared, and if they cannot generate the cash needed to fund the on-going short term liabilities then they'll be fooked. He does appear, however, to have managed cash very well thus far, if somewhat in a damaging manner by the regular WUPs.

Anyway, I remember the time when TTNYear got into Bury with a black and white photocopied student id card for a tenner .Or was it a fiver?. The id card professed the learning institute as "University of Life". They really ought to know better.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 21:40 - Jan 14 with 5721 views100notout

Now they'll have to pay fookin win bonuses

#dontforgetthepaye
#getanotherloan
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:47 - Jan 15 with 5431 viewspnc4eva1

The numpties are still going on about a new ground and whether they can attract Man City and Man Utd fans who aren't able to get to matches or watch games in the pub. Rose tinted spectacles and generally quite dumb is the way to describe them
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up the dale
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:18 - Jan 27 with 4990 viewsSowerbyDale

Bump

http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/court-lists/list-companies-winding-up?utm_mediu

Number 121 looks all to familiar
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:28 - Jan 27 with 4954 viewsSandyman

Is there a limit on how many winding up orders a company receives before more serious action is taken?
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:30 - Jan 27 with 4937 viewsDale23years

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:18 - Jan 27 by SowerbyDale

Bump

http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/court-lists/list-companies-winding-up?utm_mediu

Number 121 looks all to familiar


Surely rochdale fans made this up as well
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 16:33 - Jan 27 with 4924 viewssteofthedale

Surely this is just another admin error. They'll sort this without difficulty now that they can draw on the megabucks received for all the young talent developed and so recently sold.

steofthedale*

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 17:37 - Jan 27 with 4827 viewsjudd

118 Roots Hall - is that owt to do with Southend?
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:03 - Jan 27 with 4765 viewsdingdangblue

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 17:37 - Jan 27 by judd

118 Roots Hall - is that owt to do with Southend?


Yes it's their ground!

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 19:40 - Jan 27 with 4645 viewsMolly

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 18:03 - Jan 27 by dingdangblue

Yes it's their ground!


Dun't think it's anything to do with Southend United. Roots Hall Ltd (the company in question) has its offices registered in St Albans and is a buyer and seller of real estate.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 20:28 - Jan 27 with 4555 views442Dale

It makes Day's embarrassing interview look even worse.

Why does ANYONE feel the need to praise anything he say (even if it makes sense) when these sort of things happen time and again?

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 12:27 - Jan 30 with 4235 viewsToffeemanc

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 21:06 - Nov 21 by Toffeemanc

Next one will be issued in January for February hearing.
It's easy to predict when they will be as the pattern is they are issued after late/non payment of tax due for the previous tax quarter for which the next one ends on 31st December.
Bookmark this I'm pretty confident it will be correct.


As predicted over 2 months ago the latest winding up petition for Bury FC has been issued.
I'd expect they will survive this again with their now standard late payment, then the next one will come in April for the tax quarter ending 31st March.
If they are still in danger of relegation at the time would Bury simply then go into administration. I know there is a cut off point for going into administration for the points deduction to count this season, but don't know when this is, anybody know?
As the regular season ends on 30th April I'd assume the cut off point would have passed and any deduction would have to be for the following season. With the current season ending on 30th April they will have just over 3 months with very little/no income which could easily be their tipping point.
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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 10:25 - Jan 31 with 3971 viewsdingdangblue

tomorrow can't come quick enough on 12:27 - Jan 30 by Toffeemanc

As predicted over 2 months ago the latest winding up petition for Bury FC has been issued.
I'd expect they will survive this again with their now standard late payment, then the next one will come in April for the tax quarter ending 31st March.
If they are still in danger of relegation at the time would Bury simply then go into administration. I know there is a cut off point for going into administration for the points deduction to count this season, but don't know when this is, anybody know?
As the regular season ends on 30th April I'd assume the cut off point would have passed and any deduction would have to be for the following season. With the current season ending on 30th April they will have just over 3 months with very little/no income which could easily be their tipping point.
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Some surprises on the way!

They've paid the taxman?


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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 15:22 - Jan 31 with 3762 viewsDaley_Lama

Bury a few days ago turned down a £700k bid for Bedeau

Today he signed for £600k

Good trading, that!

(Actually, cracking bit of business for a lad released by Orient in the summer)

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tomorrow can't come quick enough on 15:27 - Jan 31 with 3734 viewsSuddenLad

£600,000 is the entire fee, not the initial payment (according to SSN). Not sure how it's configured, but it will be an 'instalment' deal.

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