Loan scams

project fund manager
fedalityinvestment@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 9, 2018 from fedalityinvestment@gmail.com

fedalityinvestment@gmail.com
fedalityinvestment@gmail.com
Email From:

fedalityinvestment@gmail.com

Subject:

project fund manager

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Email Subject:

project fund manager


project fund manager – fedalityinvestment@gmail.com


Hello, We are looking for a reliable fund manager for Our clients(Investors); our clients are capable of funding any legitimate and viable project that can generate 3%/4% annual interest. Funding availability ranging from US$1,000,000.00 to US$700 Million Project funding is in form of Loan, as our clients will not be part of the investments/ projects. The investors are also interested to engage the funds in JV Investment package whereby he will be entitled to 30% equity while the fund manager will be entitled to 70% Equity, the project must be 100% transparent and viable.The investors consultant must undertake a due diligence on applicant before funding approval. Our investors fund managers /banker can send a proof of funds if only your project summary is approved by the investor for funding, I wait for your response. Thanks, in anticipation. Best Regard rohman E-mail: fedalityinvestment@gmail.com fedalityinvestment@gmail.com

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