Arrangement of Financing/Due Diligence

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Lukov, Zlín, Czechia
2018-07-07 08:39:49
Business Venture Scam
Arrangement of Financing/Due Diligence 
Jacob H. Yahiayan
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Armenia (Հայաստան) (AM)
They pretend to be large financial company (family office) operating on the Wall Street and managing billions of USD, having ability to arrange financing and co-finance. Making promises to arrange financing for your company, even doubling/tripling the amount to make it more attractive for the Wall Street. They share office in World Trade Center to "show off". Typically using their connections/routes in Armenia, creating a business structure in this country. Their "only" condition is the payment for conducting Due Diligence. They communicate for most of the time, even make sure they visit you. In the end, they do not arrange anything as the company is just a bubble and one man show with no capacity and access to the financial market.
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