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BONNIE A.

Dated 11th January 2016

Hi,

Steps in cash holding:

Step 1: Before starting up, the client needs to confirm with his bank if the bank can issue admin hold. Since
Indian banks arent allowed to issue swift so admin hold is a must incise of Indian Banks for trading.

Step 2: Once the client's bank confirms admin hold, the client needs to fill up a KYC package attached with
this mail. The protocols to be followed while filling up the KYC are as:

a. Fill the KYC package in the given format only. If the account is in the company's name, plz fill up the
corporate format attached or else fill in the individual format.

b. KYC package has to be on company's letter head if the account is in the company's name or else
individuals.

c. Documents attached should not be more than 2 days old along with and the package itself.

d. All the scanned documents should be in high resolution colour.

e. The complete KYC package should be notarised.

f. The KYC package has to be in pdf format.

g. The KYC package has to be accompanied by the latest bank statement with the seal and signature of
the BM. Please note it should be scanned in colour and not clicked by camera.

h. No authorisation is allowed.

Step 3: Once the filled up KYC is submitted, the client will receive a JV [Joint Venture agreement] from the
US based company which will trade the client's cash. Now the reason for this JV is, as none of the Indian
Nationalised banks falls under the top 25 banks of the world, to which trading platform trades on, so this JV
with the US Company states that the client is in partnership with this US based company and the trade is
done under this protocol. The basics of the JV are:

In this JV Agreement there will be 60/40 split with 60 % for the client and 40 % for *US company*. The
Platform will obtain a credit line on the Blocked Funds of 3, 4 and even up to 5 times the amount of
the blocked funds. Further discussed that client's bank will not be able to Swift MT760 as per Indian
Banking Rules but they should be able to block the funds via ADMINISTRATIVE HOLD. Client's bank

PPP TRADES LTD. REGD. OFFICES: HK, MANILA, LONDON, GENEVA.


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INTELLIGENCE AGENCY.

DISCLAIMER: Sender is not a United States Securities Dealer, Broker, Real estate broker or US Investment Adviser. By
reading this information enclosed, you agree, acknowledge and accept that this is a privileged, proprietary and confidential
communication and you agree to keep it private. Sender is a Consultant and makes no warranties or representations as to the
Buyer, Seller or Transaction. All due diligence is the responsibility of the Buyer and Seller. This E-mail letter and the attached
related documents are never to be considered a solicitation for any purpose in any form or content. Upon receipt of these
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BONNIE A. 2

should be able to tell more about this.

Once the Administrative Hold is issued by the client's Bank then the Platform will initiate Trade against the
Credit Line and the profit will be divided by 50 / 50 basis, with 50 % for the Credit Line and the other 50 %
will be divided by 60 / 40 split, with 60 % for the Client and the other 40 % for *US company*.

The Actual Trading contract will be sent to you directly from the Trading Platform Manager. There the client
will have the Terms and the payout percentage, once the client is satisfied with the terms and the payout
percentage, then he needs to sign and return the contract.

The Block on the client's funds will be removed at the end of the forty weeks of trading. Even after 40
weeks the client can decide if he would like to re-enter into trading program for the following year or not.

Step 4: Once the JV is signed and returned to us, the client will receive the trading contract where the ratio
and other terms will be mentioned. After the client goes through and is satisfied with the terms and ratio of
premium return, he needs to sign and return it to the us. The client also needs to issue the admin hold letter
from its bank for fund block based on the trade contract.

Step 5: Upon receiving the trade contract and admin hold letter from the bank, a due diligence will be
conducted on the KYC submitted by the client in step 2. This usually takes 4 to 5 working days.

Step 6: Once due diligence is passed, a compliance call would be conferred between the trader, client and
the client's bank along the director of the US company with whom the client have signed a JV in step 3. In
this call the banker, the client and the trader along with the director have to agree upon and cross check all
the details provided by the client. The banker needs to verify its authenticity and the authenticity of the
admin hold issued by his bank. The client over this call will also be cross questioned for verifying his
authenticity.

Step 6: Upon successful completion of the compliance call, the trader along with the platform manager will
inform the client about the starting schedule of the trade along with payment procedures. The payments are
done usually by our paymaster from Huston, TX from the paymaster's master account associated with JP
Morgan Chase Bank, TX. If the client wants premium to be paid in India, then Indian taxes will be educated
according to Indian constitutional laws. If the client intends to receive premiums off shore, then no taxes will
be deducted. The client needs to confirm his premium receiving account details over the trade contract and
revivify during the compliance call.

Regards
Bonnie A.

PPP TRADES LTD. REGD. OFFICES: HK, MANILA, LONDON, GENEVA.


Those who submit a false NCND/IMFPA, LOI, ICPO, RWA, BCL, FCO or POP will be reported to the FBI, ICCC, and INTERPOL
and charged with a crime. This law went into effect on November 15, 2008 after a meeting between the FEDERAL RESERVE
BOARD, EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK AN, INTERPOL, FEDERAL BUREAU of INVESTIGATION and the CENTRAL
INTELLIGENCE AGENCY.

DISCLAIMER: Sender is not a United States Securities Dealer, Broker, Real estate broker or US Investment Adviser. By
reading this information enclosed, you agree, acknowledge and accept that this is a privileged, proprietary and confidential
communication and you agree to keep it private. Sender is a Consultant and makes no warranties or representations as to the
Buyer, Seller or Transaction. All due diligence is the responsibility of the Buyer and Seller. This E-mail letter and the attached
related documents are never to be considered a solicitation for any purpose in any form or content. Upon receipt of these
documents, the Recipient hereby acknowledges this Disclaimer.