Steven Sulley: Carbon Credit Scammer of Woodbury House
Steven Sulley is the founder of Woodbury House and hosts the Steven Sulley Study podcast.
He founded Woodbury House in 2014 and has been running it since. Apart from that, he has been a part of the Tungsten Management Group and Minboso.
On paper, Steven Sulley seems like a reliable entrepreneur with an amazing track record. However, he has plenty of skeletons in his closet.
Steven Sulley avoids mentioning one of his biggest ventures anywhere, Pure Carbon Limited. Why? Because the company was a scam.
Yes, Steven Sulley has a history of scamming people. The following review will explain how he scammed innocent investors out of millions:
Carbon Green Capital and Pure Carbon Limited: How Sulley Made His Millions:
Carbon Green Capital was a carbon trading company which promised its investors threefold returns on their investments. The High Court closed down the company in 2014 when the investigators from the Government-run Insolvency Service found its exaggerated claims.
One judge called this company fraudulent. Note that Carbon Green Capital had attracted around £1 million from investors. Sulley had set up this company in 2012.
However, when the Court shut his fraudulent company down, he moved onto another scam, Pure Carbon Ltd.
With his new venture, Steven Sulley raked in over £3 million from gullible investors. In 2016, the High Court ordered this firm into liquidation as well.
However, the liquidators’ own enquiries were delayed because the company’s records were under the possession of the police.
Then, Sulley threatened The Mail to take down their report saying it was libellous. He said the article is defamatory to him suggesting he is a ‘career conman’ which couldn’t be further from the truth. Steven even claimed that The Mail’s report violated the Defamation Act 2013.
Luckily, The Mail declined.
Now, he has started marketing himself as an art dealer. He uses the name of the Woodbury House art gallery in Soho, London for his own company, Woodbury House to make himself seem more credible.
His firm describes itself as a ‘specialist art investment consultancy’.
More on Steven Sulley’s Carbon Credit Scam:
The High Court had shut down Pure Carbon Limited on 3rd February, 2016. It did so after the investigation by the Insolvency Service.
Pure Carbon Ltd wasn’t the only company shut down, it was shut down with 89 other firms.
Steven Sulley was the sole director of Pure Carbon Ltd. According to a REDD report, the company sold over 500,000 carbon credits to retain investors between February 2012 and February 2013 for £3,191,054.
Beware of Steven Sulley of The Steven Sulley Study:
Sulley is a serial scammer. He has stolen millions from investors through his carbon credit companies. Now, he has rebranded himself through his podcast.
However, there’s no denying that he is still a scammer. The proof is his latest venture, Woodbury House, which has used the name of a renowned art museum to borrow credibility.
He is a charlatan who even threatened The Mail UK so they would take down their report on him.
Certainly, he is a dangerous guy who you should avoid at all costs. Steven isn’t the only “guru” who tries to deceive people so they wouldn’t learn about his crooked past.
Another such guru is Justin Goodbread.
Hence, you should avoid dealing with Steven Sulley and Woodbury House at all costs.
Steven Sulley is a serial scammer who stole millions from gullible investors through carbon credit scams. Now, he is trying to gain more victims through his “art investment consultancy” and podcast “The Steven Sulley Study”. Don’t trust this scammer!
- Serial scammer
- Stole millions from investors
- Barred from becoming any company’s director in the UK
- Using the name of a renowned art museum to seem more credible