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from: Global Trading UK <ayesshaayeshajjaveri@gmail.com>
reply-to: ayeshaayeshajaveri@gmail.com
date: Nov 30, 2020, 9:51 AM
subject: RESPONSE
mailed-by: gmail.com

Hello,

I appreciate your response to my message and I hope to build a trusted friendship with you. My name is
Ayesha Javeri, I am 39 years old from New Delhi India, but I live in London UK, where I was hired as a
purchase manager in Global trader Company Limited UK. I contacted you because I need a partner who
can assist me to execute a business transaction and I hope you will be interested after reading my
proposal.

Like i said above, I am a purchase manager in Global trader Company Ltd UK and my service is to
purchase needed products for my company, especially gold dust which is used for the production of
deluxe tiles, plates, cups and so on. Initially, My company used to buy the gold dust from Russia at $
21,000 (1kg) until the recent crises between both countries which has placed an embargo on goods
importation from Russia unless huge taxes are paid.

Presently, My company wants to purchase 200kg worth of gold dust and It has budgeted $ 4.2 million
USD to purchase the 200kg but my director doesn't want to pay huge taxes for importing it from Russia
to London. So he suggested that we should search other countries where we could buy it. During my
research, I found some gold miners in Ukraine and they are selling the same quality of gold dust at $
15,000 (1kg). So I traveled down to Ukraine to inspect it.

Recently I have met with the gold vendors in Ukraine and they agreed to sell 1kg of gold dust for $
15,000 and the total price for 200kg was quoted at $ 3 million USD. However I don't want to tell my
director that the price is cheap in Ukraine because I want to make profit in this transaction since my
director has already budgeted $ 4.2 million USD to buy 200kg of gold dust. Hence I need your assistance
to execute this deal and we can share the benefit 50/50 equal.

I have already informed my director that 200kg of gold dust is selling at $ 4.2 million USD in Ukraine and
He has agreed to buy it. But He demanded to make direct contact with the gold vendor for confirmation
before transferring payment for me to purchase the 200kg. I don't want him to know the real vendors in
Ukraine so that he will not know that I am buying the gold dust for $ 15,000 (1kg) instead of the initial
cost of $ 21,000 (1kg) which I told him.

In this regard, I want you to communicate with my director as the vendor / seller and you will tell him that
the price for 1kg of gold dust is $ 21,000 $ and the price for 200kg is $ 4.2 million USD because that is
the amount which he has budgeted to send to me after confirming the price from you. I know you don't
live in Ukraine but your country location doesn't matter because you will tell him that you are on a
business trip but your team in Ukraine will sell it to me.

As soon as my director confirms the price from you, He will be convinced to transfer the amount $ 4.2
million USD to me and I will use $ 3million USD to buy the 200kg from the local vendors. The remaining
$ 1.2 million USD will be our benefit which we will share 50/50 equally. Your share will be $ 600,000 and
It will be transferred to you after the transaction. I will be waiting to confirm your interest towards this
proposal before we can proceed. Thanks.

Regards

Ayesha Javeri
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