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from: Aasim sathya Kalita <broker.asimlitasathya@gmail.com>
date: Dec 23, 2020, 8:59 PM
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Dear Sir/Ma

We are Provider of trade finance Instrument such as MTN, SBLC, BG, LC ,DLC , POF, Bank Draft ,etc.

Phase 1 - Purpose of Issuing BG/SBLC - The program is designed for Collateral
Acquirers who are seeking alternative methods to fund their business. Allied Equity United assets can be used for projects, asset building, leverage finance, commodities trades, trade finance,Hospitals,Hotels, goods & services.

Phase 2 - Strategy - All BG/SBLC are created from our in house platforms. We
produce our own credit lines from the funds deposited to our bank. However,
each BG/SBLC must be secured by the credit line.


For inquiry Contact:
Name: Aasim Sathya Kalita
E-mail: broker.asimlitasathya@gmail.com
Skype ID: broker.asimlita
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