Mr.Kandiwapa Thomas 135 Rivonia Road, Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg,South Africa Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Good day: My client is interested on JV partnership with you acting as the manager and sole controller of the investment while he remain a silent investor for a period of ten years. The amount involve is USD250 Million.The owner of this fund was the Central African Republic's former President François Bozizé ,the funds moved to South Africa when the United Nations Security Council committee imposed sanctions on his party based on war crimes and In thisproject hewish to remain a silent investor/partner for RICHARD ATWATER: a period of TEN(10).He want to invest the funds in overseas because he didn't want his government to know about the funds. To proceed, please provide me with a workable business/project plan,amount you require for funding and the following details, toenable us study it before we take further decision. As a silent investor he do not want his government to know that he is investingoutside his country. 1-Introduction and description of your company if any. 2 Your Full name (b)Your Home/Office address (c)Your phone/mobile numbers 3-The Type of business that you are running and sector of activities. 4-Investment of concern. Please Specify the sector of investment of your interest: (indicate if you have more than 1 choice in mind). FINALLY AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, SEND ME YOUR BUSINE RICHARD ATWATER: BUSINESS/PROJECT PLAN FOR STUDY AND I WILL REVERT BACK TO YOU. I will give you the more details of how he came across the huge funds and the methods of the completions as soon as i hear from you . Best regards, Mr.Kandiwapa Thomas 135 Rivonia Road, Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg,South Africa Email:email@example.com
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