Macro Group's Veronica Macpherson, Pilbara ponzi queen seeking funds to publish tell-all book

Macro Group's Veronica Macpherson, Pilbara ponzi queen seeking funds to publish tell-all book
Macro Group's Veronica Macpherson, Pilbara ponzi queen seeking funds to publish tell-all book

Veronica Macpherson, once the head of the collapsed Macro Realty Group, plans to publish a book which she has given a working title, "The Great Australian Ponzi". 

Her Pilbara property scheme fell over leaving thousands of investors owed millions in 2015. But bizarrely she suggests there could be a happy ending.

The local media says she will launch the book in April featuring "political backflips, errors, mismanagement of the Australian economies — suicides, nasty threats and wild accusations."

Ms Macpherson says it was a book "to get the truth known". 

Featuring the Pilbara Cities that were meant to be, she will be pedalling the line that "ASIC was their own worst enemy."

"One of my sayings is that ‘I am a big fan of the truth’ and unfortunately many people have been left wondering what the truth of the matter actually is with our Pilbara developments," she suggested.

"Please do pre-order a copy... it will help with the print costs and put you in a draw to receive an early addition, which you are welcome to sell to the media if you wish."

She said anyone signing up to the launch would receive an advance copy. There was also an online auction planned of the first release suggested on the trybooking website.

In online material advertising the book, Ms Macpherson was using a picture of herself with Gina Rinehart, believed to have been taken at the CEO Magazine’s Australian Executive of the Year awards in late 2015.

That photograph posted alongside the book title was causing some consternation amongst Ms Hancock’s inner circle yesterday.

A spokeswoman for Mrs Rinehart confirmed to the Perthnow website that the event was the only time the two had ever met.

Mrs Rinehart had no business relationship with the would-be property developer and accused Ponzi queen.

Macpherson, in a five-page letter to “investors, affiliates and associates” sent out under a Macro Investments and Securities letterhead, also contemplated the establishment of a “Pilbara Cooperative” which she claims could provide hope to her many investors.

“The media has not bothered to showcase our past successes, but don’t worry there will be many more through this collaborative structure and great, like minded individuals,” the letter advises.

Macro Realty Developments’ former brand ambassador was former rugby champion, David Campese. 

 

 

 

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