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From: Pei Castro <>
Date: 11 Jul 2022, 04:19
Subject: Business Proposal for you


How are you doing?

My name is Pei and I'm a Production Manager working with Green Field
Laboratories, which is a Bio-Pharmaceutical Company here in the United
Kingdom. I got your email through a private search for a principal
individual or organization on LinkedIn.

I'm looking for a reliable businessman/individual to represent my
company in sourcing some of the basic raw materials used for the
manufacturing of high quality Anti-Viral Vaccines, Cancer treatment
medications and other life saving Pharmaceutical Products.

I'm aware that this might be totally outside your professional
specialization, but it will be a great source for generating extra
revenue. This is because our company is yet to locate any seller to
buy from.

However, I discovered a manufacturer who can supply us with this
product. He is selling at a lower rate, which is extremely cheaper
than our previous purchases. Can you represent my company in sourcing
these materials?

I will give you more specific profit details when I receive feedback
from you if you are interested.

Best Regards,

Pei Castro
Green Field Laboratories
Gothic House, Barker Gate,
Nottingham, NG1 1JU,
United Kingdom
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