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Stephen Wong - wongs760.799@gmail.com

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from: LMK <admin@pressjazz.lt>
reply-to: Stephen Wong <wongs760.799@gmail.com>
date: Nov 20, 2020, 1:26 PM
subject: BG-SBLC For Lease / Purchase
mailed-by: pressjazz.lt

Hello Sir/Ma,

I am a broker, we have a direct provider BG,SBLC, Bankers Draft ( BD), MTN instrument. He can deliver both leased and purchase instruments to Organisations or individuals with their preferred text verbiage as been approved by their bankers. The terms and procedures are so flexible and workable by RWA clients. Our lease bg/sblc instrument can be put into PPP Trading etc. Interested broker, consultant or lessee should contact us via email:

Best Regards

Mr. Stephen Wong
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