Boss of start-up Metigy confesses to campaign of duplicity

The boss of failed artificial intelligence marketing company Metigy has confessed that he lied to investors, forged bank statements, and fabricated revenue as part of a campaign of deception.

The boss of failed artificial intelligence marketing company Metigy has confessed that he lied to investors, forged bank statements, and fabricated revenue as part of a campaign of deception.

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