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Money loundering its to make money which it is not
I mean. When somebody makes money in a ilegal way he has to make it legal
Its is call clen it up and the legal term is loundering
Its a criminal ofence
we dealing with a client that want to use us as a contractor, but wants to appoint another sub contractor to perform the job in another country. he wants us to recieve the funds from the donator and pay over to the sub contractor and keep 5% for our selfs. is this legal
Really I can no know it but may be it is not legal and you could get serious problems
You have to get your money, make a bill and just it is, no more
the main client is the government of that country. the sub contractor will bill us for the job before funds are transfere and we will bill the government before they transfer funds in to our account. they want us to control the funds pay out to the sub contractor.
Are you sure it is not a simple scam????
It sound as a simple scam, be carefull
I think somebody wants to scam you
no we are not. we are dealing with them in supplying goods at the moment on a formal contract. no goods will be supplied without the funds being secured in our account which is due in a week.
If it is, you do not mind where the money comes, gives your account number and get the money
Do not take rikes
Have a good day
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