Hi there. You can handle this one of two ways...1) you could leave the amount out and simply say "for $10.00 and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged" -- if you do this, you would not want to sign the agreement until you have the money and a separate acknowledgement that this is the other good and valuable consideration; 2) you could include a confidentiality and non-disclosure provision in the agreement which prohibits either side from disclosing any of the terms of your agreement.
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