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- Posts: 2379
- Joined: 25 Jan 2020
from: Pavel Birukou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: May 18, 2021, 10:30 PM
subject: Hello Friend
Hello Sir / Ma,
My name is Mr. Birukou Pavel and i work with an investment firm here
in Dubai UAE as a sales representative and we are working in
partnership with investors to fund companies and entrepreneurs in
projects. As a sales representative my duty is to look for customers
and companies within and outside the region for investment funding on
a Return On Investment (ROI) on the capital invested.
We currently signed an agreement with the Prince of Bahrain who just
left Dubai for investment and this is a huge advantage which has
increased the portfolio of the company. However all investments are
reviewed and contracts signed in person before the money will be
allocated to the company or person as the case maybe.
I am using this medium as a computer literate person to increase my
chances of promotion and commission in the company as we work on
commission basis. The amount invested over the period of time is
returned to the investor with interest and based on the commission to
our company i am compensated for bringing the client to the company.
However if you do not have any business that is profitable to invest
the fund it will be of no use for you to apply for the loan.
I am waiting for your response so that i can tell you more about the loan.
Mr. Pavel Birukou
JMS CONSULTANT LLC
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