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LATEST June 28 2021: Wikifrauds is now hearing that he has put his relationship with his girlfriend, to quote him, "on hold". Maybe because he is not having success in getting his grubby hands on her property at Cowes, Phillip Island Victoria, where we hear he wanted to use it for a development project. Nice try McIvor, but you missed again. People are awake to you now.
June 18 2021: Wikifrauds will shortly detail some remarkable information gleaned from an insider concerning McIvor's latest attempts to raise funding. A real eye opener!

COMING SOON, A FULLER EXPOSE` ON THIS ARROGANT MAN.
  AFTER LOSING  HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF INVESTOR'S MONEY, HE'S AT IT AGAIN.

       
  Mark McIvor, "Lord Huntington"                              "Sir" John Foley, Founding President.
We are preparing a summary of McIvor's disastrous business history with Equity Trust, and aim to publish shortly. Meantime, interested readers should checkout this link to Aussie Stock Forums and read the blogs for themselves.

McIvor's latest effort is The Huntington Health and Wealth Club, of which "Sir" John Foley is the Founding President. More on this dodgy outfit to come.

March 10, 2021: The latest we have heard is that this would-be-again-millionaire is receiving a Carers Allowance of $470 a fortnight for supposedly caring for an elderly gentleman. How embarrasing for this arrogant braggard!

May 30, 2021: We have heard from two different and unrelated sources that McIvor's relationship with his partner Janice is all but over, and that his plans for a development on Victoria's Phillip Island will therefore likely fall over. It is not his land! Readers can read between the lines and form their own view.

Plus !  . . . The son-in-law of McIvor's very first investor met with McIvor today (Feb 22, 2021) to discuss getting some of the investment money returned to his wife's elderly parents. They had invested their life savings into McIvor's Equity Trust, $100,000 to be precise, way back in 1982, and never saw a penny returned. The arrogant son-of-a-bitch, who has been permanently banned by ASIC from ever again being a company director, said " . . .what, a piddling $100,000 - I lost 180 million!" What he failed to mention was that whatever he McIvor lost, wasn't his money, it all belonged to mum and dad investors. And this arrogant prick has had the cheek to drive around the Gold Coast in an Audi R8 !!

We have more coming shortly after we speak to an insider who McIvor recently crossed. Stay tuned.
Meantime, the Gold Coast Bulletin had this as a feature article:
HE'S AT IT AGAIN . . . . ?

 Q: Who owned this mansion below, and what happened to it.  . . . . . . . ?
   
A: McIvor's mother Janice, above right. McIvor talked her into mortgaging the home when he was running short, and it was subsequently lost. So was his own mansion on Cronin Island above.

Very strong rumors:
We hear that McIvor is running around tearing his hair out trying to find out who suggested we publish this webpage on him. Good luck McIvor, we protect our sources very well.We also hear that his current girlfriend, who shares his mother's name and who is in Melbourne at the moment, is owed some $300k by McIvor. And another story goes that there's a man on the Gold Coast who has repeatedly pushed McIvor in the chest, trying to provoke him into a fight. Wonder why? Maybe McIvor needs eyes in the back of his head, as it seems he has many people who feel angry with him bigtime. But maybe not, because we also hear that he often brags of having a minder. If he's such a savvy intelligent businessman, how come he went bust owing $260 million, and is this the reason  he now has a minder?
  In the article above, McIvor claims to be just "an ad man" for Huntington, but an informant tells us that he "runs the whole show". Indeed, ASIC might like to follow this up. There are plenty of precedents where banned company directors have continued to act as directors albeit their names do not appear on any company documents, and these quasi directors have been prosecuted.

Some more good reading here
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