Steven Goode's company is worth just over £1,000, according to its latest accounts.
Despite claiming to be a millionaire businessman (and apparently fooling the housemates into thinking as much), it seems as though Steven's history as a company director is rather shady.
At just 23, he's been the director at no fewer than eight different companies, but seven have been dissolved.
Many had no worth to their name and some didn't even last long enough to require accounts to be filed.
His only active company - according to a director's search - is one specializing in window shades and blinds.
Having been running now for 3 years, the company is only worth a grand total of £1,213, according to the latest accounts filed at Companies House.
The company's figures - available to the public at large - show that the business had total assets worth just £30,609, including some £10,375 worth of stock.
But the company also owed some £29,396 to creditors, leaving a net book value of just £1,213, with Steven the sole director and holding all of the shares.
In his entrance VT last month, Steven boasted about being "extremely successful" and having "turned over his first million in 2012".