Dominican Republic flag Embassy of the Dominican Republic in Guatemala City

Address18 calle, 24-69
Centro Empresarial Zona Pradera, Oficina 1606
Zona 10
Ciudad de Guatemala (Guatemala City)
Phonelocal: 2261.7016
international: +502.2261.7016
Faxlocal: 2261.7017
international: +502.2261.7017
Hours9:00 - 17:00

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Morgan Lopez
Sat, 1 May 2021 15:53 EDT
Investment Offer

Dear Respectfully,

In my long years of work with top financial management companies in the Madrid - Spain, I presently have two clients (Non Europeans) who have funds to give out for investment either on equity or loan basis.

The areas to be considered for the investment are as follows Real estate, Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Health, Aviation, Tourism, Retail, Construction, IT & Communications, Technology, Education, Energy, Engineering, Utilities, Telecoms, Mining, Maritime, sustainable energy and host of other profitable ventures.

Intending beneficiaries must have a business plan and show their capability to manage huge funds. The beneficiary must be able to deliver good and sustainable returns on investment to the investor annually. If you are that person or establishment seeking to expand your existing business or you have new ideas waiting for implementation, the opportunity is here.

I wait your reply as to proceed immediately.


Barr. Morgan Lopez, Esq.
selvin gamez
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 09:44 EDT
I live in guatemala got a guatemalan passport got a plane ticket to dominican republic on april 24th do i need a visa to go there your help is appreciated thank you my email is

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