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Crowdmix staff say they haven’t receive wages again

By | Published on Monday 4 July 2016


Reports of Crowdmix’s financial troubles arose again last week, with staff saying that they had not been paid their salaries on time for a second month.

As previously reported, as the digital start-up’s CEO Ian Roberts departed last month, staff claimed that they had not been paid their May salaries until the middle of June. Now they’re telling Business Insider that their June wages are yet to arrive in their bank accounts. Staff have also reportedly been told not to bother coming into work until the company’s funding issues have been resolved.

The business said early last month that it was in the process of raising more money. Records also show that it was recently loaned £6.5 million by one of its existing investors, property tycoon Nick Candy.

In development for three years, Crowdmix finally beta launched its app in May, with invitees able to test out the super duper social network for music.