Jay O Wilder - spiritinbusiness@yahoo.com

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Jay O Wilder - spiritinbusiness@yahoo.com

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from: School of Arete <spiritinbusiness@yahoo.com>
reply-to: School of Arete <spiritinbusiness@yahoo.com>
date: Nov 3, 2020, 3:43 AM
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Small Cap program. This trade is broken into 2 actions the first being a 200% increase over a 7 day duration followed by a 40- week trade. This trade option involves a JVP (Joint Venture Partner) for the duration of the trade.
200K USD minimum to participate, Funds remain in the client's account and will remain unencumbered.
No blocking or transfer of the client’s funds is required.
The clients & JVP enter together, but it’s the JVP that
prepares documentation for projects, that are required
for this Program. The JV partner takes care of the
projects that will be registered with the Trade Platform
for compliance.
Summit KYC Package
1. Receive approval (24/48 hours)
2. Direct call with compliance (24 hours)
3. Sign and return NCNDA/ IMFPA for 20% (24 hours)
4. Direct call with the trading desk. (up to 72 hours)
5. Contract issued. (24 hours)
6. Client Paymaster account created (24/48 Hours)
7. 200% increase begins (5-7 days)
8. 40 weeks begins (following Monday)
Contact: Jay on Whastapp +91.770.828.8499
or, Skype: jay.o.wilder
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