Dear sir, With deep appreciation of your esteem contact i got from your business wedsite,i wish to introduce myself to you sir, I am Mr Sani Danjuma from Cuba, but i am now living in thailand Bangkok ( conditionally) actually i will like to invest in your company. Sir I will like to know the procedures of a non-citizen investing in your company or country, actually after reading through your web-site, I decided to contact you because i cannot invest in your company\country without an assistant from someone from your country. I will like you to advice me on a Business there that i can invest and the procedures before the investment, why i inquired is because, in investments, you have to look for a good company and country that the safety environmental condition of the foriegn investor is quaranteed, A company or country that is trustworthy with good government,good management and better economy.Acutully the good profile of your company increases the volume of your company thus raising evidence that if money is invested in your company,that the investor is guaranteed of reaping the good dividends of investments...thanks to the companys management board thanks very much for taking time to go through my e-mail and i am also looking forward to read your reply soon so as to detail you on my investments programme and how much fund that i am intending to invest and also the area of the business that i would like to invest it after good negotiation. CONTACT ME VIA MY EMAIL BELOW:firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks yours Mr Sani Danjuma ____________________________________________________________________________________ Looking for last minute shopping deals? Find them fast with Yahoo! Search. http://tools.search.yahoo.com/newsearch/category.php?category=shopping
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