However, Twitter has remained silent both in the press and the regulator about the fines and late account submission.
"Our objective remains, as always, to get the company concerned to file their accounts so that these can be made available for public access, which we hope will be a positive conclusion to our continuing correspondence," the Companies House spokesperson said.
Ironically, CH tweeted earlier this week that it had seen a "record rate" of compliance, with over 94% of active companies filing accounts by 31 December on time. That means that Tweetdeck was among the 5.7% of companies that didn't file.
"We continue to have excellent compliance rates for accounts, having one of the best compliance rates in the world," the CH spokesperson said