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Sugar or Commodities Fraud?
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 3/7/2000 2:55:37 PM

By: Ledezma

Big companies looking for sugar DO NOT USE brokers, help, or independent operators to find the product for them, they do NOT GIVE MANDATES to people that are not in they payroll and who they can fire their ass if they do not perform. They have control over all transactions and they do not pay ever "unlimited" brokerage fees. (If somebody is telling you that you will receive money as long us they use your supplier, IS A SCAM!) Stay away from anybody that say has a mandate from Daewood.
Good Luck!
JULIO


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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5779


Posted: 1/5/2000 1:25:05 AM

By: Jim

Has anyone come across anyone dealing with "alleged" sugar or other "commodities" transactions from real or dubious companies representing the ability to buy and sell these types of products?

Any information would be very helpful!

Thanks ....Jim. e-mail me at ja6to4to3@acninc.net or post a response here!


 

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