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#417932 by AlanJones Thu Oct 01, 2020 12:13 am
From: [email protected] - [email protected]
Subject: RE: BUSINESS ENQUIRY, Kindly acknowledge
Tel. No.: +256706467450


Hope you are keeping safe and well out there!

I'm writing this letter with due respect and honor, believing that you
will give my request proper attention. There is going to be absolutely
doubt and distrust in your heart in respect of this letter, coupled
with the fact that, so many miscreants have taken possession of the
Internet to facilitate their nefarious deeds and scam, thereby making
it extremely difficult for genuine minds and legitimate business
contacts to get attention and recognition.

We represent the interests of top government officials and expatriates
mainly from Southern and Eastern African, who want to legitimately
diversify their investments in a more stable economy due to COVID-19
pandemic crisis, seeking fund managers & corporate bodies that have
viable projects and existing business that requires expansion
whatsoever, that can guarantee (5-7%) Annual Return on Investments
(ROI), which will be under your control and management.

More details shall be available once I have your interest confirmed in
your return mail indicating interest to handle the investment on the
terms of partnership agreement.I will provide you with necessary
information and the specific amount of fund that would be made
available for the investments.

Austin Agaba
Financial Consultants
5th Floor, DFCU House, Plot 26, Kyadondo Road,
Telephone: +256-706-467450 (WhatsApp enabled)

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