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TJ Matthews - Antigua
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 7/11/2003 2:52:30 PM

By: dr-xxx88

Dear director: I do not know of the person you list. However, a very respected individual in Antigua is a Mr. Richard Stanford President and CEO of an "asset managment international" or something like that. This person has been featured in the Dallas Morning News/Houston Chronicle in an article about two years ago concerning offshore investing. He seems legitimate. He trained at
Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX in Accounting in the 1970's and went to Antigua during those years. He has served as an advisor to the United Nations' committee to ferret out money laundering. The office of the US Attorney in San Antonio,TX may know his address/phone/fax number. Otherwise, try the News Retrieval service for Knight/Ridder newspapers. The author of this article ( about offshore investing and Cayman islands) may know how to contact Mr. Stanford. If that fails, try the alumni office of the accounting school at Southern Methodist University in Dallas,TX and they should have an address for him ( he is about early 50's and probably graduated in the 1970's). Good Luck. This guy is "legit"
( " clean"). It is worth the effort to find him and ask about anything in the Carribbean. Best wishes

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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
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Posted: 12/10/1999 6:11:05 PM

By: none supplied

Anyone heard of TJ Matthews Ltd. or someone who goes by the name of TJ Matthews out of Antigua. He is apparently involved in the TAC International/Global Services/Eagle Management programs.
Thank you,


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