Mayflower, Plc or scam?

Sunday, Nov 11 2012 by

I have some shares in this company, which has been inactive since 2004.

I can find no record of it being delisted.

Any information?


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The Mayflower Corporation plc is an engineering group based in the United Kingdom. The Company is comprised of four operating companies: TransBus International, Mayflower Vehicle Systems, Mayflower e3 Engines and Mayflower e3 Energy. TransBus International designs, engineers and manufactures chassis, bodies and complete vehicles. It manufactures lightweight, low-floor, easy-access buses, and owns three major brands: Alexander, Dennis and Plaxton, as well as the United Kingdom-based Kirkby Coach dealership. Mayflower Vehicle Systems designs, engineers and manufactures large-scale automotive stampings and assemblies to the body in white stage. Mayflower e3 Engines focuses on the development of an environmental and fuel-efficient internal combustion engine. Mayflower e3 Energy focuses on the design, manufacture and operation of the Mayflower Resolution, an offshore windfarm installation vessel. more »

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emptyend 12th Nov '12 1 of 2

They went bust due to an accounting fraud.

I believe the liquidation was completed in April, by Deloittes. The report is available on written request to Jonathan Astbury at Deloittes (PO Box810, 66 Shoe Lane EC4A 3WA)

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elsieeee 13th Nov '12 2 of 2

In reply to emptyend, post #1

Mayflower (LON:MFW)

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