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BG/SBLC FOR LEASE

Posted by lawrencehayton 2 years ago

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Name
Lawrence Hayton
Mobile no
447769050834
Phone Number
7769050834
Website
http://lawrencehaytonbrokers.blogspot.co.uk/
Address
15 West Park Lane
London - 10071
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We have a direct genuine provider for BG/ SBLC specifically for lease, at leasing price of 6+2 of face value, Issuance by HSBC London/Hong Kong or any other AA rated Bank in Europe, Middle East or USA. Contact: Mr. Lawrence Hayton Email: lawrencehayton@live.com Telephone: +44-7769050834 Web: http://lawrencehaytonbrokers.blogspot.co.uk All inquires to Mr. Lawrence Hayton should include the following minimum information so I can quickly address your needs: Complete contact information: What exactly do you need? How long do you need it for? Are you a principal borrower or a broker?

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