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					There comes a time when people must look inward to find solutions
to their mountings problems financial or otherwise, which often
grow into out of control monsters that haunt and terrorize the one
who becomes overwhelmed under such circumstances.
And in such cases it is very important to prepare ones self to go
beyond their imagination to embrace a path of action which
excludes any comfort zones or boundaries which may inhibit a
beginning which will enable one to rise above their problems to
view them from an aerial boundless Omni-directional view.
Every level of comfort must be put to the side as often these areas
of comfort usually counter the possibility to go beyond these
familiar surroundings to embrace the need for self directed and
controlled change which is tantamount, we must understand that to
get in front of a problem is preferable to being in it or worse, behind
it.
Now what does this self directed change look and fill like or more
important, how does it work?
Well before we enter this zone lets lay a bit more ground work of
what we are up against and the essential tools we will have to
gather to begin this journey of self directed controlled change.
                               Debt
Debt is a force which is capable of consuming an individual, a family,
a community as well as a nation, and at its core wills an emotional,
psychological, physical prowess much like that of a continuously
terrorizing group of bullies who won’t let up on you not even for a
moment, so what are we to do when faced with such
circumstances?
The approach which I am about to share may not set well with some
of the readers but may very well resonate with others; all that I ask
you to do is consider the following:

 Stepping out side of the box and avoiding other or new boxes
 There is a proverb that echo’s an everlasting truth, it is the denial
of truth which gives us pain

To begin with, preparing for your aerial take off deems it necessary
to off load the emotional impact the problem impose, as this cargo
may very well inhibit ones aerial take off and navigational ability
while in flight. (Read On)
               Table of Content

•   What is Gold Enterprising
•   How does Gold Enterprising Work
•   Knowledge and skills needed
•   Skills to be acquired
•   Precious Metals Market
•   Gold Metallurgy
•   Industry Technical Language
•   Industry Terminology
•   Creating a Business Profile
•   Legal Entities
•   Estimating Basic set up cost
•   Configuring a True balance sheet
•   Document Evaluation
•   Industry Documents
•   Alignment Summary
To provide an adequate description of what Gold
Enterprising evolution is, begins with opening up one’s mind
to the interrelation function of the precious metals industry
as a whole, as there is the fact which can easily be
overlooked in this industry, and that is, Gold Enterprising
merges every aspect of this industry into unified field of
choices.
Gold Enterprising enable you to secure your own
Appreciable Gold Assets without having to come out of your
savings or income to do so
And because the precious metals industry is comprised of so
many facets and sectors definitively removes the single
category of what Gold Enterprising is or isn’t regarding
multiple sectors of the industry from which a Gold
Enterpriser can be involved.
More importantly it can be said that precious metals
enterprising professionals engage in multiple sectors of the
industry to maintain their viability as progressive
enterprisers expanding their reach and an increased client
base involves diversified services in multiple sectors.
The Gold Enterprisers knowledge of the precious metals
industry must always remain in a state of constant expansion
and learning growth, as with any industry change is
constant, the emphasis of expansion allows the Gold
Enterpriser to create and carve out multiple highly lucrative
niches unique to the market for the Gold Enterpriser.
While profitability within diversity is important to the Gold
Enterpriser, integrity and mutual relationships are equally
important and cannot be stressed enough, the integrity of a
Gold Enterpriser greatly determines the success of their
business and industry reputation.
And a successful Gold Enterpriser will never risk their
reputation for any amount of money, as any Gold
Enterpriser can tell you, once your
reputation is tarnished it’s all downhill and very difficult to
recoup the loss of integrity ultimately ending profitability.
•                : Gold Enterprising is a profession centered in
    growth and expansion speculation and manipulation of
    markets as well as available supplies, control and value
    validation.

   Coins and Numismatic dealer/specialist
   Asset Managers
   Gold Purveyors
   Gold Services retirement fund specialist
   Gold Speculators
   Gold Brokers
   Gold Fund Managers
   Gold Trader Speculators
   Gold Prospectors
   Gold Seller Specialist And Consultants
   Gold Mining
   Gold Refiners
   Gold Market Analyst
   Gold rounds and bar manufactures
   Global Gold Purveyors
   International Gold Supply Brokers
   Just to name a few of the many sectors which make up the
   precious metals industry.
•   Gold Enterprising is without question among the top ten
    most lucrative and profitable industries of the 21st century
    with a gross global sales net of over three Trillion dollars
    from buying and selling across all sectors of the gold
    industry including ETF’s and other contracts related futures
    annually.
•   Depending upon what segment of the Gold Industry chosen
    as the field of interest will determine the procedures,
    processes and protocols both primary and progressive skills
    which must be developed to securely enter into ones
    targeted profession.
•   This manual how to become a Gold Enterpriser and close
    your first contract deal with a local refinery in 120 days will
    target in on contract selling, which is by industry standards
    the formal door opener into the Gold Industry as a whole.
•   The procedures illustrated in the quadrant diagram covers
    the entire process essential to the gold contract seller skill
    development, however within the full training two addition
    segments of the Gold Enterprising industry and added,
•   Gold Referrer Professional
•   Gold Refiner buyer/seller
•   Offered as a choice field or as a bundle.
•   Experience in the physical Gold Industry strongly suggest the
    quicker one develops Gold Industry know how, the better off
    they will become in the short, medium and long term in
    their ability to earn and generate capital along with any
    other portable skills which they have acquired.
Gold Enterpriser Growth
       Quadrant


Quadrant of Gold Enterprising Startup



      Pre-Preparation     Apex Epic Resources
      Manuals 1& 2          Total Training




                            Close Your First
      Complete Training     Contract Deal
      Contact Protocol      With a Local
                               Refinery
•   As with any profession particular skill sets are required,
    often some formal training is necessary to sufficiently
    provide an exactness of understanding to the trainee in the
    most sensible and effective way from the trainee’s
    perspective.
•   Through the practical use of technology today makes it
    possible for anyone to acquire instructions via mobile
    venues such as internet video training, mobile smart phones
    and iPods. This ability enables the trainee to either increase
    their training time thus lessening the time required to
    achieve their ultimate objective, as well as the convenience
    of accessing the training virtual materials whenever the
    trainee chooses is very favorable considering our busy lives.




•   A solid foundation of mechanisms which drive the precious
    metals industry
•   Industry Terminology
•   Industry Technical language
•   Gold Metallurgical Characteristics and Terminology
•   How the precious metals market work
•   Local and International Export and Import AU79 Dust
•   Gold Enterprising Standard contracts regarding AU79 dust
•   Creating a legitimate Business structure and image
•   Minimizing overhead cost set up
•   Creating a comprehensive all inclusive balance sheet
•   Creating a basic prospectus vs. a business plan
As a preoperational guide, manual one and two will provide
you with world class pre-training of Gold Contract selling in
your specific geography.
Your preoperational guide will further provide you with
details on how Gold Enterprising strategies can replace
other forms of commerce including how to earn income as a
basic gold referrer right now.
Together with manual two the reader will gain an
appreciable level of understanding regarding the precious
metals industry broad market segments, which the trainee
may find interest, including how to choose multiple
segments after becoming a certified Gold Enterpriser closing
your first contract deal.
The procedures outlined throughout this manual all merge
to comprise the most cohesive, coherent, and
comprehensive pre-training available anywhere, and it’s our
wish that the reader extract the substance contained in the
two manuals as we believe will be important information for
you, whether you choose to go further or choose to delay
becoming a Gold Enterpriser.
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
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•   The precious metals market clearing houses are the
    following institutions, LME (London Metals Exchange) and
    NYMEX/COMEX (New York Mercantile Exchange and
    Commodity Exchange). The LME primary focus is non-
    ferrous metals like aluminum, zinc, copper, etc.
    NYMEX/COMEX primary focuses are on precious metals and
    futures such as ETF’s.
•   The NYMEX/COMEX company was recently acquired by the
    CME Group Inc., which also acquired 90% of the Dow Jones’
    indexes including the DJIA Dow Jones Industrial Average
    making it the largest company of its kind.
•   The LME and CME group in conjunction with HSBC, Goldman
    Sachs, Chase JP Morgan as financial institutions control the
    price point of Gold and Silver by suppressing it’s rise through
    various mechanisms like selling of large supplies through
    institutions like the IMF to developing nations to surpress
    the price of gold globally such as in China, India, and other
    countries who are building up their Gold reserves to offset
    their foreign currency holdings.
•   Many developing countries are both purchasing Gold
    supplies as well as producing Gold domestically to add that
    production to its increasing Gold reserves as a counter to
    global inflation and economic bubble formations in a
    currently global bubble with many economically depressed
    hot spots around the world which could trigger a rapid
    devaluation of world currencies at any given time.
•   The key here is markets such as the LME/CME group, foreign
    exchange market and any other large body commodity
    resources can be
•   manipulated at any time and usually is, this is the primary
    objective of institutions which seek to regulate and manage
    global markets and should always be seen as such.
•   Becoming involved in the industry as a hands on
    professional with capital in the market requires caution, and
    by all means, never listen to popular personalities or
    mainstream commentators, or so called “experts”.
•   Gold Enterprisers will always use the power of sustainable
    leverage being that the gold enterpriser will always have
    direct or indirect access to gold supplies providing the Gold
    Enterpriser with a decided advantage.
•   In addition to these factors, the Gold Enterpriser could very
    well become by default a type of bank or hub to many
    businesses, individuals as well as institutions, retail
    purchasing of gold products are only options for the Gold
    Enterpriser if the need arises for items such as gold coins,
    silver, platinum, etc. The Gold Enterpriser has access to
    resources which enable immediate transactions involving
    related precious metals.
•   Before there is a crisis the Gold Enterpriser increases their
    Gold Holdings, and when the crisis expands in severity,
    Gold’s value will rapidly increase, this is the time when Gold
    Enterpriser can sell some gold for the local currency and buy
    up enormous amounts of assets and resources.
•   This is how market and economic manipulation combined
    with ensued economic crisis has shifted large amounts of
    wealth into fewer and fewer hands throughout history.
•   In this segment we will cover the metallurgical
    characteristics of Alluvial Gold only as this form of gold will
    be the primary source Gold Enterprisers will contract and
    sell to refineries.
•   Alluvial Gold that is found in the soil or sediments, deposited
    by a river, stream, or other running water or placer of
    surface gold deposit.
Gold Characteristics and alluvial deposits
            Gold Characteristics alluvial deposits

•   Alluvial deposits, also known as “placer deposits”, are
    created from gold flakes, nuggets, or grains of gold which
    have been eroded from rock. Often these are found because
    the forces of nature have been pushing them up to the
    surface and the amount of gold is usually less below the
    initial amount that is found. This is due to the oxidizing of
    the minerals which, along with the forces of nature (i.e.
    water, earth, etc.) will force the gold slowly upwards. Many
    individuals who have found these and were gold speculators
    hoped that more would be found beneath the surface but
    this was rarely the case.
•   Alluvial deposits were often responsible for the hopes of
    “glory holes”, or the supposed large cache of gold which
    some individuals who were hunting for gold might be lucky
    enough to find. Many gold hunters sold all of their
    belongings and would move their entire family West in the
    hopes of finding and striking it rich in gold. Unfortunately,
    due to the nature of the alluvial deposits, these individuals
    were often disappointed and lost their life savings and
    possibly their own lives in the attempt. This is due to how
    many of these individuals would try to mine the gold or find
    they not have enough knowledge to survive the winters or
    mining attempts.
•   Gold found in alluvial deposits, known as free gold, is rare
    but is often not the “strike it rich” vein that so many
    individuals hope to find. Yet it is nonetheless a beautiful
    aspect of nature to see, especially depending on all of the
    minerals which can be formed within them. Although they
    have been a source of frustration and disappointment for
    some, for geologists it is a small but substantial discovery
    whenever they find them.
                             Colors of Gold
•   There is no such thing as naturally occurring rose, white, or green gold.
    Gold itself is only one color: yellow. White gold and yellow gold are the
    most common types of gold colors used in jewelry making. But did you
    know that, various other colors of gold are also available and some of
    these colors may surprise you. Gold is available in several different
    colors. The most popular is yellow gold, followed by white gold and rose
    gold, though other gold colors are sometimes also available such as
    bronze, red and lime gold. All of these other "colors" of gold are
    produced by mixing pure 24K yellow gold with various other metals. The
    percentage of the other metals (copper, silver, zinc, nickel) produces the
    different shades of gold. Any karat other than 24K gold (pure gold) is
    called an "alloy". For instance, 14K gold is an alloy consisting of fourteen
    parts pure gold and ten parts other metals.
                                 White Gold
•   White gold was originally developed to imitate platinum, and is usually
    an alloy containing 25% nickel and zinc. If stamped 18 karat, it would be
    75% pure gold. White gold is an alloy of gold and at least one white
    metal, usually nickel or palladium. Like yellow gold, the purity of white
    gold is given in carats (karats). Eighteen-carat white gold consists of 75%
    gold mixed with 25% white metals. New white gold rings are usually
    coated with a hard protective finish of rhodium, a silver-white metal like
    platinum. To keep a white gold ring looking its best, Gillett's
    recommends an annual replating of rhodium, since the coating wears
    off over time. White gold has become very fashionable in recent years
    as many consumers have opted for the cool, contemporary white look
    over the classic yellow look. White gold has the same properties as
    yellow gold, but is mixed with different alloys to give it its white color.
    Generally, white gold is created by using a nickel or palladium alloy, zinc
    and copper. Sometimes, white gold is plated with an even whiter metal,
    such as rhodium (a rare member of the platinum family) to enhance its
    appearance. A white gold setting can enhance the look of white
    diamonds and put a modern twist on a traditional standard.
•   Red Gold and Rose Gold
•   Rose gold is a gold and copper alloy widely used for specialized jewelry
    due to its reddish color. It is also known as pink gold and red gold. Because
    it was popular in Russia at the beginning of the nineteenth century it is
    also known as Russian gold, although this term has become somewhat
    rare. Since it is an alloy, there is no such thing as "pure rose gold"; pure
    gold is yellow and pure copper is reddish. Although the names are often
    used interchangeably, the difference between red, rose, and pink gold is
    the copper content. Rose gold, also known as pink gold or red gold, is a
    mixture of pure yellow gold with a high percentage of copper. It has a very
    subtle and delicate color that may intensify somewhat with age due to a
    slight, but attractive, tarnishing of the copper.

•   What is 24K, 18K, 14K, 10K, 585?
•   24 karat gold is pure gold. The term "karat" refers to the percentage of
    gold, versus the percentage of other metals, in an alloy (an alloy is a
    substance made of two or more metals).
•
•   Too Soft in its Purest Form
•   Since gold is too soft to be usable in its purest form, it is usually combined
    with other metals. The most common marks for gold jewelry are 18K or
    750 (signifying 75% gold), 14K or 585 (58% gold), and 10K (42% gold).
•
•   Gold Karatage or Purity is Regulated by U.S. Law
•   To regulate the use of gold, the United States passed the National Gold
    and Silver Stamping Act, which states that if an item is marked with its
    quality, that mark should be accurate and within the tolerances provided
    by the Act. Ten karat gold is the lowest level allowed under U.S. law.
•
•   How Karatage Affects Gold Colors?
•   Jewelry made of higher-karat gold is more yellow in color and slightly
    softer than gold jewelry made of lower-karat gold, which may include
    copper, silver, zinc, or other metals. The consumer needs to be concerned
    with the alloys if you are allergic to certain metals or have a high acid
    content in your body. Acid can turn the jewelry that you wear on your
    body to black and appear to be of poor quality when it actually is not.
    Pure gold (which is always yellow) is too soft for jewelry use. The metals
    that are mixed with pure gold for strength can also modify the color of
    gold resulting in different shades of yellow, white, and pink gold. White
    gold was originally developed to imitate platinum, and is usually an alloy
    containing 25% nickel and zinc. If stamped 18 karat, it would be 75% pure
    gold. Here is the table that shows the purity of gold by karat:
World Map of Alluvial Gold Deposits
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
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                                  Conclusion ________
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                          Glossary of Terms
•Metallurgy Alchemy (a) Alchemy was the science (or pseudo-
science) of combined disciplines in chemistry, metallurgy, physics,
and mysticism with the goal of transforming base metals into
precious metals.
•Alloy (n) A combination of two or more elements, at least one of
which is a metal, and where the resulting material has metallic
properties. 14 carat (58%) gold is an alloy of pure gold (24k) mixed
with other elements.
•Alluvial Gold (a) Gold that is found in the soil or sediments
deposited by a river, stream, or other running water. (aka Placer of
Surface Gold).
•Annealing (v) Multi-phased heat and stress treatment that alters
the microstructure of a metal adding strength, pliability, and
hardness.
•Adamantine (a) Refers to the light reflecting properties of a metallic
surface, known as metallic lustre.
•Base Metal (a, n) Base metal is a term used to refer to a metal that
oxidizes or corrodes relatively easily as with copper, iron, nickel, lead
and zinc.
•Carat (n) The term "Carat", "Karat" or "k" is used to indicate the
amount of pure (24k) gold in the alloy. Lower Carat ratings indicate
proportionally less pure gold.
•Carbon (n) Carbon is a chemical element in the periodic table (C)
and atomic number 6. An abundant nonmetallic, tetravalent
element, carbon has several allotropic forms including Diamond.
Carbon occurs in all organic life and is the most basic element in
organic chemistry.
•Corrosion (n) Corrosion indicates the deterioration of a metallic
material due to its reaction and subsequent oxidation due to a
chemical reaction with water and/or oxygen.
•   Cash In Advance (C.I.A.) - Payment for goods in which the price is
    paid in full before shipment is made. This method is usually used
    only for small purchases or when the goods are built to order.
•   Cash With Order (C.W.O) - Payment for goods in which the buyer
    pays when ordering and in which the transaction is binding on
    both parties.
•   Certificate of Inspection - A document certifying that
    merchandise (such as perishable goods) was in good condition
    immediately prior to its shipment.
•   Certificate of Origin - A document, required by certain foreign
    countries for tariff purposes, certifying as to the country of origin
    of the specified goods.
•   purposes, certifying as to the country of origin of the specified
    goods.
•   C & F - Cost and Freight - A pricing term indicating that these
    costs, and only these costs, are included in the quoted price.
•   C & I - Cost and Insurance - A pricing term indicating that these
    costs, and only these costs, are included in the quoted price.
•   C.I.F. - Cost, Insurance, Freight - A pricing term indicating that
    these costs are included in the quoted price
•   Clean Bill of Lading - A receipt for goods issued by a carrier with
    an indication that the goods were received in "apparent good
    order and condition", without that the goods were received in
    "apparent good order and condition", without
•   Confirmed Letter of Credit - A letter of credit, issued by a
    foreign bank, whose validity and payment have been
    confirmed by an American bank. An exporter whose
    payment terms are a confirmed letter of credit is assured of
    payment by the confirming bank, even if the foreign buyer
    or the foreign bank defaults.
•   Credit Risk Insurance - Insurance designed to cover risks of
    non payment for delivered goods. Compare "Marine
    Insurance.
•   Distributor - A foreign agent who sells directly for a supplier
    and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products.
•   Duty - A tax imposed on imports by the customs authority of
    a country. Duties are generally based on the value of the
    goods (ad valorem duties), some other factor such as weight
    or quantity (specific duties ), a combination of value and
    other factors (compound duties).
•   Export License - A government document which permits the
    "Licensee" to engage in the export of designated goods to
    certain destinations.
•   F.A.S. - Free Alongside - A pricing term indicating that the
    quoted price includes
•   the cost of delivering the goods alongside a designated
    vessel, with other costs,
•   such as loading the goods, freight, insurance, etc., to be
    payable by the buyer.
•   F.O.B. - Free On Board - A pricing term indicating that the
    quoted price includes
•   the cost of loading the goods into transport vessels at the
    specified place.
•   Freight Forwarder - An independent business which handles
    exports shipments
•   for compensation. Your freight forwarder can be among the
    best sources of
•   information and assistance on U.S. export regulations and
    documentation,
•   shipping methods, and foreign import regulations.
•   Freight Documents Terminology
•   Air Waybill - A bill of lading which covers both domestic and
    international flights transporting goods to a specified
    destination. Technically, it is a non-negotiable instrument of
    air transport which serves as a receipt for the shipper,
    indicating that the carrier has accepted the goods listed
    therein and obligates itself to carry the consignment to the
    airport of destination according to specified conditions.
•   Bill of Lading - A document that establishes the terms of a
    contract between a shipper and a transportation company
    under which freight is to be moved between specified points
    for a specified charge. Usually prepared by the shipper on
    forms issued by the carrier, it serves as a document of title, a
    contract of carriage, and a receipt for goods. Also see Air
    Waybill, Inland Bill of Lading, Ocean Bill of Lading, Through
    Bill of Lading.
•   Cash Against Documents (C.A.D.) - Payment for goods in
    which a bank or other intermediary transfers title
    documents to the buyer upon payment in cash.
•   Ductile (v) A physical quality ascribed to a metal that will
    permit plastic elongation (wire drawing) without fracturing.
•   Forging (Forged) (v) Heating a metal to a temperature where
    the metal becomes malleable (red hot) or deforming its
    shape by compression or exertion of force (hammering or
    cold forging).
•   Goldsmith (n) A goldsmith is a metalworker who specializes
    in working with precious metals to create jewelry.
•   Hydrous (a) A hydrous compound is formed by the addition
    of water to a host molecule. In inorganic chemistry, hydrates
    contain water molecules that are either bound to a metal
    center or crystallize with the metal complex.
•   Ingot (n) An ingot is a mass of metal heated past its melting
    point and then cast into the shape of a bar or block.
•   Lustre (n) From the Latin word "lux", meaning "light".
    Describes the way light interacts with the surface of a
    mineral or metal.
•   Malleable (v) A physical quality ascribed to a metal that can
    be compressed, deformed, extruded, hammered, and rolled.
•   Mineralization (n) In Metallurgy, mineralization is used to
    describe the hydrothermal (heat and water vapor)
    deposition of metals in the formation of ore.
•   Mohs scale (a, n) Created, in 1812, by the German
    mineralogist Friedrich Mohs, the Mohs' scale of hardness
    quantifies the scratch resistance of minerals by comparing
    the ability of a harder material to scratch a softer material
    ranging from Talc (1) to Diamond (10).
•   Noble metal (a, n) Noble metals are highly resistant to
    corrosion or oxidation and include gold, silver, platinum,
    tantalum, and rhodium.
•   Ore (n) An ore is a volume of rock containing components or
    minerals which renders it valuable for mining. Rare samples
    of metallic ore are found in large nuggets or crystalline
    formations of metals such as gold or copper.
•   Open Account - A trade arrangement in which goods are
    shipped to a foreign
•   buyer without guarantee of payment. The obvious risk this
    method poses to the
•   supplier makes it essential that they buyer's integrity be
    unquestionable.
•   Pro Forma Invoice - An invoice provided by a supplier prior
    to the shipment of
•   merchandise, informing the buyer of the kinds and
    quantities of goods to be sent,
•   their value, and important specifications (weight, size, etc.).
•   Revocable Letter of Credit - A Letter of Credit which can be
    canceled or altered
•   by the drawee (buyer) after it has been issued by the
    drawee's bank. The
•   Revocable Letter of Credit can be cancelled at any time
    without prior agreement.
•   Compare Irrevocable Letter of Credit.
•   SIC - Standard Industrial Classification - A standard numerical
    code system used
•   by the U.S. Government to classify products and services.
•   Through Bill of Lading - A single bill of lading covering both
    the domestic and
•   international carriage of an export shipment. An air waybill,
    for instance, is
•   essentially a through bill of lading used for air shipments.
    Ocean shipments, on
•   the other hand, usually require two separate documents, -
    an inland bill of lading
•   for domestic carriage and an ocean bill of lading for
    international carriage
•   Gross Weight - The full weight of a shipment, including
    goods and packaging.
•   Compare Tare Weight.
•   Import License - A document required and issued by
    some national governments authorizing the importation
    of goods into their individual countries.
•   Irrevocable Letter of Credit - A letter of credit in which
    the specified payment is guaranteed by the bank if all
    terms and conditions are met by the drawee. The
    Irrevocable Letter of Credit can only be canceled or
    altered with the complete agreement of all parties
    concerned. Compare Revocable Letter of Credit.
•   Letter of Credit - (L/C) A document, issued by a bank
    pursuant to instructions of a buyer of goods, authorizing
    the seller to draw a specified sum of money under
    specified terms, usually the receipt by the bank of certain
    documents within a given time. In effect, the bank
    substitutes its credit for that of its customer (the buyer).
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Subject ___________
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                                  Conclusion ________
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Gold Bullion Business
•   Becoming a Gold Enterpriser in the precious metals industry
    requires that you as a Gold Enterpriser establish a legal identity in
    the form of a legal structure i.e. LLC, corporation, LLP etc.,
    establishing a legal identity in this industry is very necessary for both
    legal and legitimacy purposes.
•   In this segment three legal structures will be presented and
    explained in concise terms to provide the reader with accurate
    information pertaining to legal entity options and details regarding
    each entity.


•   LLC: Limited Liability Company. The LLC is arguably the most popular
    legal entity of choice by most filers for business formation and
    serves as the leading legal entity filing nationally.
•   Before forming an LLC here are some facts you should know:
•   An LLC set up by one person is taxed differently than if it were set up
    by two or more people.
•   An LLC is a limited liability company controlled by how much interest
    an owner has in the LLC.
•   Or the amount of controlling parts of an LLC i.e. how many blocks or
    parts of the business operations ownership has.
•   An LLC, limited liability company is a pass through entity, meaning all
    company revenue passes through the entity to its interest or parts
    owners which is taxed by the state it’s filled in, as well as the IRS.
•   An LLC may or may not be taxable in your sate, check the secretary
    of state in the state which you have set up the LLC to find out if the
    LLC is taxable.
•   Limited liability from the LLC is greatly determined by the amount or
    percentage of interest/parts owned in the LLC, often the more
    interest or parts owned, the greater the liability. This does not
    however include every state, some states have strong LLC laws to
•   The C-Corporation means by definition Close Corporation,
    this function includes the following:
•   Shares not publicly traded
•   Shares closely held and private
•   Taxed differently than a publicly traded corporation
•   Is not a pass through entity, shareholders, directors, and
    officers assets and liabilities are separate from the
    corporation
•   Can set up divisions to the corporation operating and
    managing many types of businesses
•   Can change directors or officers through a simple corporate
    resolution at any time
•   Can purchase, own, lease or co-own any additional
    businesses or assets
•   Can implement full asset protection for the corporation.
•   Can utilize over 500 corporate resolutions and legal
    agreements to further the growth and profitability of the
    corporation
•   Once the corporation has established solid cash flow, the
    corporation can begin to build substantial lines of business
    credit based on company revenue
•   Can save and allocate a specific percentages of company
    earnings for future projects which will be non-taxable.



•   A close corporation should have at least three officers and
    properly complete the following documents:
•   Corporate Article of Organization
•   List of Officers
•   Company by-laws
•   Corporate resolutions for opening a bank account, leasing
    office space and for any other decisions to be made on
    behalf of the corporation
•   Obtain Tax ID/EIN number
•   Obtain corporate resolutions and legal agreement software
•   Obtain a corporate stock kit
•   Annual Corporate Minutes
•   This may appear to be quite a lot to do at first glance, but in
    truth the entire process can be completed by you in two
    business days, the complete training walks you through each
    entity, step by step
•   Avoid co-signing your name to any transactions or
    guarantees within the LLC, your personal assets should
    never be in jeopardy while engaging in business endeavors;
    learn to keep business activities and personal activities
    completely separated at all times.

•   It is more appropriate to set up an LLC with two or more
    persons with each person owning no more than 3%
    controlling interest, this spreads risk and liability associated
    with business in general but more importantly the capacity
    of the LLC as a legal entity.
•   Some states have LLC laws which protect the interest of the
    owner, while other states have weaker laws. Check with your
    secretary of state documentation regarding the protection
    of individual’s rights owning interest or parts of an LLC.

•   An LLC does not have shares or stock which can be offered
    like a corporation it has controlling interest percentages and
    parts owned of business operation by members or collective
    owners
•   The LLP Limited Liability Partnership depends upon the state
    or jurisdiction where the LLP is filed in, it enables the
    partners of the LLP to have limited liability similar to that of
    a corporation in that a partner of an LLP is not liable for
    another partner of LLP. And unlike the corporation the LLP
    partners have the right to directly manage the business VS
    the corporation has to elect a board of directors who then
    must hire officers to manage the corporation.

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•   When setting up an LLP complete certificate of registration
    limited liability partnership form in chosen state
•   Always use the letters L.L.P or LLP after the name of the
    partnership or it will be rejected
•   Create a pre-agreement with all partners of the LLP as to
    how the partnership will function and be managed
•   Establish an appropriate registered agent to LLP
•   Document through legal agreements the nature and
    financing of the LLP
•   Check with the secretary of state where LLP is filed for
    details of laws which govern the LLP in that state
•   Costs listed are only estimates, the objective is to keep your
    initial startup costs low, manual 2 provides an outline of how
    to pay for all of your startup costs as a basic referrer, that
    means no out of pocket expenses, in fact as a basic referrer
    you are more than capable of earning a good income as a
    basic referrer.
•   Once your business image is complete, you will have
    completed one complete segment of the four part quadrant
    essentially necessary to become a Gold Enterpriser and
    close your first contract deal with a local refinery in 120
    days!!!
•   A well configured business profile is tantamount to a rapid
    pace legitimacy confirmation among businesses, being
    similar to a professional athlete who is a rising star.
•   The list that follows will help your business recognition
    rapidly increase in the short, medium, and long term.




•   Business structure set up and in good standing in the state it
    was filed in.
•   Tax ID/EIN
•   Corporate by-laws completed
•   Corporate minutes
•   Corporate stock kit and seal
•   Business software, legal agreements, and resolutions
•   Business bank account
•   Business stationary
•   Business logo
•   Business office or address
•   Business phone
•   Optional D&B number
•   Basic website with vide
•   Business license (if required by state)
•   Implementing these basic components create instant
    legitimacy for your Gold Enterprise.
•   In this segment we will cover basic set up cost, however
    these costs should be marginal not financially challenging,
    and where ever possible cost should be strategically shared
    with another business. Below are estimated costs associated
    with establishing a legitimate Gold Business Enterprise.



•   Entity- (LLC /Corp/LLP) $125 to $175
•   Office must be commercial not a home office. A virtual
    office or shared office is sufficient. Keep your costs low $250
    to $400 monthly or lower. Size does not matter.
•   Phone- Keep your cost down you may have a business cell
    phone, main line phone, Skype phone, Professional
    Answering Service or VOI phone and then have it listed in
    the yellow pages. Keep cost at $20 to $80 per month, there
    may be a cost to list in the yellow pages call to find out.
•   Stationary- Business cards, envelopes, letterheads, and
    checks in the company name cost $100 to $200.
•   Basic website with video costs $150 to $250 plus hosting.
•   Basic blog site is $0 to $99.
•   Business License- $125 to $275 annually.
•   Total Minimal: $665.00/ Fixed $290 Annual $125
•   Total Maximum: $954.00/ Fixed $480 Annual $175
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
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                                  Conclusion ________
                                  Results____________
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           Summary Conclusion:
Each of the documents reviewed provide a basic overview
of how the Gold Enterpriser mediates between the seller
and buyer using specific documents to begin and close
the purchase agreement
It is also important to know that each time a transaction
is completed by the Gold Enterpriser, earns the
enterpriser a handsome sum for their expertise and
service
Much of the documentation presented will not pertain to
the Gold Enterpriser but between the Seller and Buyer
which makes Gold Enterprising a lot less laborious,
however it is important to be well versed in every aspect
of transactions with clear focus on the details regarding
the documents provided.
Review the documents consistently to obtain greater
knowledge as it applies to these processes, also listen to
the audio CDs for full manuscript description details as a
audible support and resource guide further simplifying
the retaining process .




 CD 1                                   MP3
         CD 2
The precious metals industry has its own technical
language and terminology which properly describes the
inner workings of this vastly important global industry,
the technical details of terminology is meant to provide
the reader with the greatest amount of industry insider
knowledge and know how which will enable the reader to
further advance ones self in the highly profitable precious
metals industry
     CIF - COST, INSURANCE AND FREIGHT Responsibilities
A          The Seller Must              B      The Buyer Must
           Provision of Goods in               Payment of the Price
           Conformity with the                 The buyer must pay the
           Contract                            price as provided in the
           The seller must provide             contract of sale.
           the goods and the
           commercial invoice, or its
           equivalent electronic
           message, in conformity
           with the contract of sale
           and any other evidence of
           conformity, which may be
A1         required by the contract. B1




           Licenses, Authorizations            Licenses, Authorizations
           and Formalities                     and Formalities
           The seller must obtain at           The buyer must obtain at
           its own risk and expense            its own risk and expense
           any export licence or               any import licence or
           other official                      other official
           authorisation and carry             authorisation and carry
           out, where applicable, all          out, where applicable, all
           customs formalities                 customs formalities for
           necessary for the export            the import of the goods
           of the goods.                       and for their transit
A2                                      B2     through any country.
Contract of Carriage and                 Contract of Carriage and
Insurance                                Insurance
(a) Contract of carriage                 (a) Contract of carriage
The seller must contract on usual        No obligation. (b) Contract of
terms at its own expense for the         insurance
carriage of the goods to the             No obligation.
named port of destination by the
usual route in a seagoing vessel
(or inland waterway vessel as the
case may be) of the type normally
used for the transport of goods of
the contract description. (b)
Contract of insurance
The seller must obtain at its own
expense cargo insurance as
agreed in the contract, such that
the buyer, or any other person
having an insurable interest in the
goods, shall be entitled to claim
directly form the insurer and
provide the buyer with the
insurance policy or other evidence
of insurance cover.                 B3
The insurance shall be contracted
with underwriters or an insurance
company of good repute and,
failing express agreement to the
contrary, be in accordance with
minimum cover of the Institute
Cargo Clauses (Institute of London
Underwriters) or any similar set of
clauses. The duration of insurance
cover shall be in accordance with
B5 and B4. When required by the
buyer, the seller shall provide at
the buyer’s expense war, strikes,
riots and civil commotion risk
insurances if procurable. The
minimum insurance shall cover
the price provided in the contract
plus ten per cent (i.e. 110%) and
shall be provided in the currency
of the contract.
Delivery                                       Taking Delivery
The seller must                                The buyer must
deliver the goods on                           accept delivery of the
board the vessel at                            goods when they
the port of shipment                           have been delivered
                      B4
on the date or within                          in accordance with A4
the agreed period.                             and receive them
                                               from the carrier at the
                                               named port of
                                               destination.
                     Transfer of Risks                                   Transfer of Risks
                     The seller must,                                    The buyer must bear
                     subject to the                                      all risk of loss of or
                     provisions of B5, bear                              damage to the goods
                     all risks of loss of or                             from the time they
                     damage to the goods                                 have passed the ship’s
                     until such time as                                  ail at the port of
                     they have passed the                                shipment.
                     ship’s rail at the port                             The buyer must,
                     of shipment.                                        should he fail to give
                                                                         notice in accordance
                                                                         with B7, bear all risks
                                                                         of loss of or damage
A5                                             B5
                                                                         to the goods from the
                                                                         agreed date or the
                                                                         expiry date of the
                                                                         period fixed for
                                                                         shipment provided,
                                                                         however, that the
                                                                         goods have been duly
                                                                         appropriated to the
                                                                         contract, that is to
                                                                         say, clearly set aside
                                                                         or otherwise
                                                                         identified as the
                                                                         contract goods.
    A6
•   Division of Costs
•   The seller must, subject to the provisions of B6, pay:
    All costs relating to the goods until such time as they have been
    delivered in accordance with A4; and
    The freight and all other costs resulting form A3 a), including the costs of
    loading the goods on board; and
    The costs of insurance resulting form A3 b); and
    Any charges for unloading at the agreed port of discharge which were for
    the seller’s account under the contract of carriage; and
    Where applicable, the costs of customs formalities necessary for export
    as well as all duties, taxes and other charges payable upon export, an for
    their transit through any country if they were for the seller’s account
    under the contract of carriage.
    B6
•   Division of Costs
•   The buyer must, subject to the provisions of A3, pay:
    All costs relating to the goods from the time they have been delivered in
    accordance with A4; and
    All costs and charges relating tot the goods whilst in transit until their
    arrival at the port of destination, unless such costs and charges were for
    the seller’s account under the contract of carriage; and
    Unloading costs including lighter age and wharf age charges, unless such
    costs and charges were for the seller’s account under the contract of
    carriage; and
    All additional costs incurred if he fails to give notice in accordance with
    B7, for the goods from the agreed date or the expiry date of the period
    fixed for shipment, provided, however, that the goods have been duly
    appropriated to the contract, that is to say, clearly set aside or otherwise
    identified as the contract goods; and
    Where applicable, all duties, taxes and other charges as well as the costs
    of carrying out customs formalities payable upon import of the goods
    and, where necessary, for their transit through any country unless
    included within the cost of the contract of carriage.
Notice to the Buyer                                 Notice to the Seller
The seller must give the                            The buyer must,
buyer sufficient notice                             whenever he is entitled to
that the goods have been                            determine the time for
delivered in accordance                             shipping the goods and/or
with A4 as well as any                              the port of destination,
other notice required in B7                         give the seller sufficient
order to allow the buyer                            notice thereof.
to take measures which
are normally necessary to
enable it to take the
goods.

                        Proof of Delivery,                                       Proof of Delivery,
                        Transport Document or                                    Transport Document or
                        Equivalent Electronic                                    Equivalent Electronic
                        Message                                                  Message
                        The seller must, at its own                              The buyer must accept
                        expense, provide the                                     the transport document
                        buyer without delay with                                 in accordance with A8 it is
                        the usual transport                                      in conformity with the
                        document for the agreed                                  contract.
                        port of destination.
                        This document (for
                        example a negotiable bill
                        of lading, a non-
                        negotiable sea waybill or
                        an inland waterway
                        document) must cover
A8                                                   B8
                        the contract goods, be
                        dated within the period
                        agreed for shipment,
                        enable the buyer to claim
                        the good from the carrier
                        at the port of destination
                        and, unless otherwise
                        agreed, enable the buyer
                        to sell the goods in transit
                        by the transfer of the
                        document to a
                        subsequent buyer (the
                        negotiable bill of lading)
                        or by notification to the
                        carrier.
Checking - Packaging -                                Inspection of Goods
Marking                                               The buyer must pay the
The seller must pay the                               costs of any pre-
costs of those checking                               shipment inspection
operations (such as                                   except when such
checking quality,                                     inspection is mandated
measuring, weighing,                                  by the authorities of the
counting) which are                                   country of export.
necessary for the
purpose of delivering the
goods in accordance with
A4.
                          B9
The seller must provide
at its own expense
packaging (unless it is
usual for the particular
trade to ship the goods
of the contract
description unpacked)
which is required for the
transport of the goods
arranged by it. Packaging
is to be marked
appropriately.
                          Other Obligations                                       Other Obligations
                          The seller must render                                  The buyer must pay all
                          the buyer at the buyer’s                                costs and charges
                          request, risk and                                       incurred in obtaining the
                          expense, every assistance                               documents or equivalent
                          in obtaining any                                        electronic messages
                          documents or equivalent                                 mentioned in A10 and
                          electronic messages                                     reimburse those incurred
                          (other than those                                       by the seller in rendering
                          mentioned in A8) issued                                 its assistance in
                          or transmitted in the                                   accordance therewith.
A10                       country of shipment         B10                         The buyer must provide
                          an/or of origin which the                               the seller, upon request,
                          buyer may require for the                               with the necessary
                          import of the goods and,                                information for procuring
                          where necessary, for                                    insurance.
                          their transit through any
                          country.
                          The seller must provide
                          the buyer, upon request,
                          with the necessary
                          information for procuring
                          any additional insurance.
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                                  Conclusion ________
                                  Results____________
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Gold Bullion Business
•   SALE & PURCHASE AGREEMENT OF ALLUVIAL GOLD IN DORE BARS FORM - CIF DELIVERY
    Transaction Code: AU-1000KGx12/01-10
                                                                                                               Pt. 1
    This Sale and Purchase Agreement of Gold Dust in Dore Bar form in Dore Bar form on CIF Delivery
    (“Agreement”) is made and entered into on this 7th day of January, 2010 by and between
     Company: xxxxxxxx INC.
     Address: xxxxxxxxxx USA
     Telephone :
     Tele-Fax No:
     E-mail: E-mail:xxxxxxx@aol.com
     Represented by: Mr. Steve, CEO
    (Hereinafter referred as the “Seller")
    And
    Company:                                                       Study this Document Well!
    Address:
    Telephone:
    Fax:
    Email:
    Represented By:
    (Hereinafter referred as the “Buyer").

    Whereas; Seller, with full corporate authority to sell, makes an irrevocable and firm commitment to sell a first
    trial of 1000 kilograms of Alluvial Gold in Dore Bars (“Gold”) from Western Africa, followed by a total of 1000
    kilograms (1000Kg) per month during 12 months.
    Whereas; Buyer, with full corporate authority to buy, wishes to purchase the Seller's Alluvial Gold Dust in
    Dore Bar form and /or Dory Bars of total 12,000 Kilos over 12 months period.
    Now therefore, the Parties agree to the terms and conditions as follows stated herein.
    1. SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT:
    a) The Seller, under full authority and responsibility, declares that he has the clear and qualified right to sell
    the ALLUVIAL GOLD IN DORE BAR FORM and Seller further guarantees that he has the means to legally
    export the Dore Bars form from Guinea, West Africa or any other origin.
    b) The Buyer, under full corporate authority and responsibility declares that he and his associates have the
    full capability to purchase the total quantity of 12000 Kilos the Gold Dust in Dore Bar form stated in this
    contract and such purchase will be raised with options of extension annually.
    2. COMMODITY (A) SPECIFICATIONS:
    A)  COMMODITY : Alluvial and Aurum Utalium, (Gold Dust in Dore Bar form)
    B)  FORM:              : Dore Bars
    C)  PURITY/FINENESS : 993.0/1000 (93%) Fineness of Alluvial and Aurtum Utalium,
         (Gold Dust in Dore Bar form)
    D) QUALITY                 : 22 carats
    E) QUANTITY                : 1000 Kgs of Aurtum Utalium, (Gold Dust in Dore Bar
          form/Bars) per month. First shipment shall be for 100
          Kilos with rolls and extentions
    F) Price               : $23,500.00 per each one Kilogram, CIF…xxx…,
          Netherlands , France , Switzerland.
    a) ORIGIN          : Republic of Ghana, Guinea, Burkina Faso and Ivory
               Coast- Seller’s Option.
    b) PACKING : Seller’s option
    c) DELIVERY : CIF (Buyer) Airport Free Zone
    d) PAYMENT : Shall be made by means of an Irrevocable Standby Letter
       of Credit issued after signing of this agreement by the
       Buyer’s Bank in favor of the Seller.
    Commissions:         US$2000 per kg commission to Buyer’s side..
•    QUANTITY:
    The agreed upon quantity for sale to the Buyer under the terms of this Agreement shall be an initial test shipment of 1500 Kilogram of
    Alluvial Gold in Dore Bars form (Aurum Utallum and thereafter 1000 Kilograms per month of Gold Dust and/or Dore Bar form for twelve
    (12) months with possible rolls and extensions. The Gold Dust in Dore Bar form will be at least 22 carats and the purity level will be at
                                                                                                                                                Pt. 2
    least 92% or better.
    4. PRICE:
    a) The price payable by the Buyer to the Seller for the duration of this Agreement has shall be fixed at US$22,500 PER Kilogram CIF
    Buyer’s refinery which includes a $1000/kilo commissions for intermediaries.
    b) Professional fees and/or commissions payable to all intermediaries will be paid by the Seller directly to the parties identified in a
    separate Fee Protection Agreement between Seller and intermediaries.
    5. PROCEDURE & DELIVERY TERMS:
    1. Negotiating and signing the Contract;
    2. Once contract is signed, Seller provides the Buyer with a copy of SKR covering the
       initial tranche of 1,500 Kilos of Au Dust.
    2. Within 3 Banking Days of signing this agreement and receipt of SKR, the Buyer shall
       issue a non operative SBLC in favor of the Seller covering the value of a minimum
       trial shipment of 1,500 Kilograms OF Au Dust /Dore bars. The Buyer has the option
       of reducing the first shipment to a minimum of 500 Kilos.
    3. Within7 Banking Days of receipt of the Buyer’s Bank SBLC, Seller shall provide
       Buyer with copies of the shipping documents including airway bill .
    4. Delivery within 10 days from date of final contract sign and issuance of the
       Buyer’s Bank non operative SBLC.
    5. Seller's representative accompanies each shipment and surveys the import process,
       safety and transportation to Buyer’s Refinery for smelting and assaying;
    6. Upon arrival of the shipment and clearing of customs, Buyer shall secure the
       transportation of the consignment to the Buyer’s nominated Refinery in coordination
       with the Seller’s representative.
    7. Payment for the metal determined by Refinery Assay Report shall be made not later
       than 3 days from date of clearing customs at the Buyer’s designated airport.
       Payment shall be made mainly through cash transfer (SWIFT MT103 or TT) to the
       Seller’s Bank. The Payment is made within maximum 72 hours from the date of
       customs clearance.
    Next deliveries and payment settlement upon the same procedure, according to contract terms, conditions and delivery schedule.
    6. PAYMENT TERMS:
    Shall be secured by mean of an Irrevocable, Transferable, StandBy Letter of Credit issued or confirmed by a Prime world Bank in favor of
    the Seller covering the minimum trial shipment quantity of 500 Kilograms . The SBLC shall be issued in favor of the Seller within a
    maximum of 3 Banking days from the date of signing of this contract by the Buyer.
    - Full payment by cash transfer (SWIFT MT103) after DELIVERY AND ASSAY from buyer’s refinery. Payment shall be based on the
    Buyer’s refinery Assay report.
    6. NOTICES:
    Any and all notices required to be given by one party to the other party to this Agreement shall be in writing and by posting the same by
    certified/recorded post at the address or addresses as stated copied by facsimile or email, directly to the Parties referenced herein.
    Seller’s Name:
    Sellers Name: xxxxxxx, INC.
    Address: USA
    Telephone :
    Tele-Fax No:
    E-mail: E-mail:xxxxxx@aol.com
    Represented by: Mr. Steve, CEO
    Seller’s Bank Information:
    Name of the Bank    : WF Bank, NA
    Bank Address : USA
    SWIFT (code) :
    ABA Routing Number :
    Account Name : , Inc.
    Account Number      :
    Bank Officer : Sean M. Balkman
    Or:
    Seller’s Alternative Closing Bank Account
    Bank Details: BARCLAYS BANK
    SWIFT Code: BARCGB22
    ADDRESS 126 Moorgate, London, EC2,
    Account Number :
    Account Name
    Tel : 00442074453828 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting             00442074453828        end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    SORT Code
    IBAN 208121
    GB12BARC20812110780685
    Account Number:
    Bank Officer: Simone David
•   Seller reserves the right of closing via either of the above stated Banks.
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    Buyer’s Name:
    Contact:
    Address:
    Mobile:
    Fax:
    Email:
    Buyer’s Bank information:
    Bank name:
    Bank address :
    Account Name:
    Account Number :
    Tel. :
    Fax :
    Bank Officer :
    SWIFT Code :
    7. DOCUMENTS:
    Each shipment and delivery shall be identified with all appropriate Agreement reference codes and numbers. Seller must provide the
    following documents to Buyer prior to arrival of goods or when goods arrive at the airport:
    a) Three originals of Commercial Invoices in favor of the Buyer
    b) Certificate Of Origin
    c) Certificate Of Ownership
    d) Government (or other Internationally recognized)
    e) Custom Declaration Form(s) (supplied by Buyer, if applicable)
    f) Declaration that the product is free and clear and of non-criminal origin, unencumbered and free of any liens, transferable and
    exportable
    g) Export Permit, Original copy of the air waybill
    h) Full set air waybill, marked "air freight Pre-paid" with Flight number & date of arrival
    i) Gross weight and net weight
    9. CLEAR TITLE:
    Seller confirms and warrants that the title of the Gold Dust in Dore Bar form/dory bars to be sold herein will be free and clear of any and
    all liens and/or encumbrances and Seller states that the Gold Dust in Dore Bar form is not of terrorist and/or criminal origi n.
    10. TRANSFER OF TITLE OF GOODS:
    The Title and full rights of ownership of the Gold Dust in Dore Bar form shall pass to the Buyer upon full payment of the Gold Dust in
    Dore Bar form by cash transfer (SWIFT) after assay report from buyer’s refinery.
    11. WARRANTIES:
    a) The Seller covers the duties in country of export.
    b) Seller warrants that the commodity can be lifted without restrictions to anywhere in the world.
    12. FORCE MAJEURE:
    The Parties hereto shall not be held liable for any failure to perform under the "Force Majeure" clause as regulated by the International
    Chamber of Commerce, Paris - France which clauses are deemed to be incorporated herein.
    13. ETHICS: (NON-CIRCUMVENTION and NON-DISCLOSURE):
    Both Buyer and Seller acknowledge that the harm to the other party would be substantial and therefore the Seller and Buyer agree to
    abide by the Customary International rules of non-circumvention and non-disclosure as established by the International Chamber of
    Commerce in Paris, France for a period of five (5) years from the date hereof. Said Non-circumvention and non-disclosure shall include,
    but not be limited to communicating with each other's banks, refiners, Representatives of Buyer dealing with Customs, brokers or
    Seller's mandate. The understanding and accord of this subparagraph will survive the termination of this Agreement.
    14. BINDING AUTHORITY:
    This Agreement is binding upon the Parties hereto, their assigns and successors and is signed with full authority to act.
    15. EXCLUSIVITY OF AGREEMENT: This Agreement is exclusive and assignable and exists solely for the benefit of the named Buyer and
    Seller. The Buyer shall provide a signed and completed copy of any assignment, conveyance, or transfer and send same to the
    Seller. Any such assignment, conveyance, or transfer of this Agreement and the rights and responsibilities in connection with it by the
    Buyer shall be deemed valid and in full force.
    16. TOTAL AGREEMENT:
    This Agreement supersedes any and all prior agreements and represents the entire Agreement between the Parties. No changes,
    alterations or substitutions shall be permitted unless the same shall be notified in writing and signed by both Parties.
    17. EXECUTION OF THIS AGREEMENT:
    The terms of this Agreement shall be confirmed and signed by the Buyer and the Seller via facsimile or Email. Said executed facsimile or
    email shall be binding and initiates and concludes the legal liabilities between Buyer and Seller of this Agreement. By signing below,
    both Parties abide by their corporate and legal responsibility, and execute this Agreement under full penalty of perjury.
    Signed and sealed, this 7th day of January, 2010.
    Seller    Buyer

    Mr. Steve, CEO Name: Position:
    xxxxxxxxx, Inc. Company: Seal:
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
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                                  Conclusion ________
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Gold Bullion Business
                       Basic Letter Of Intent            Familiarize
                                                        Yourself with
 Commodity – Alluvial Gold Dust                         These terms
 Purity – 92%, 22 Carats, Plus
 Assay – Final assay to be made at and by Buyer’s refinery in
   USA
 Price – Negotiable to apply for each kilo of pure gold returned
   by the refinery, always via CIF terms
 Quantity – 1- 10 Kg as trial shipment, Seller’s choice, followed by
   50 Kg or better, depending on seller's production capability
 Delivery – CIF Buyer’s destination United States. Seller or his
   representative may accompany the goods, until payment in
   full via BWT.
 Payment- Within 1 to 5 business days, via BWT to the sellers bank
   account, upon issuance of satisfactory assay report from refinery
 Sellers Obligations – Export taxes, freight cost, documentation and
   all expenses during exportation to the buyer’s destination.
 Buyers Obligations- All duties, Taxes, Customs clearance, Vat taxes
   in airport of destination and security transport from airport to
   the refinery, is in the account of the buyer
 Summary- Gold Enterpriser does not travel to see Gold or discuss
   sales contracts, and all of our business is conducted only at the
   refinery’s secure and protected premise.
   We never make any kind of payment in advance, before the safe
   delivery and final assay of the gold at our selected refinery.
   Agreeing to these terms enable the next step for the seller to
issue
   a FCO. The Gold Enterpriser will then respond with a final
purchase
   order as mediator.
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
Subject ___________
Date______________




                                  Conclusion ________
                                  Results____________
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                                  __________________
                                  __________________
Gold Bullion Business
Pt. 1
Pt. 2
Pt. 3
                      Gold Enterprising Notes
Subject ___________
Date______________




                                  Conclusion ________
                                  Results____________
                                  __________________
                                  __________________
                                  __________________
The precious metals industry has its own terminology
which properly describes the inner workings of this vastly
important global industry, the glossary of terminology is
meant to provide the reader with the greatest amount of
industry insider knowledge and know how which will
enable the reader to advance ones self in the precious
metals industry
 Terminology
  A Glossary and Definition of commonly-used import export acronyms

TERM/ACRONYM                                  DEFINITION

                        Automated Broker Interface - a part of Customs
                        Automated Commercial System, permits transmission of
                        data pertaining to merchandise being imported into the
ABI
                        U.S. Qualified participants include brokers, importers,
                        carriers, port authorities and independent data
                        processing companies referred to as service centers.


                        Automated Commercial Environment - Part of Customs
                        Automated Commercial System which controls imported
ACE                     merchandise from the time a carrier’s cargo manifest is
                        electronically transmitted to Customs until control is
                        provided to another segment of the ACS.

                        Automated Clearinghouse - The Automated
                        Clearinghouse (ACH) is a feature of the Automated Broker
                        Interface that is a part of Customs Automated
                        Commercial System. The ACH combines elements of bank
ACH
                        lock box arrangements with electronic funds transfer
                        services to replace cash or check for payment of
                        estimated duties, taxes and fees on imported
                        merchandise.


                        Automated Commercial System - The Customs
                        Automated Commercial System, ACS, is a joint public-
                        private sector computerized data processing and
                        telecommunications system linking customhouses,
                        members of the import trade community and other
                        government agencies with the Customs computer. Trade
ACS
                        users file import data electronically, receive needed
                        information on cargo status and query Customs files to
                        prepare submissions. Duties, taxes and fees may be paid
                        by electronic statement through a Treasury-approved
                        clearinghouse bank. ACS contains the import data used
                        by Census to prepare U.S. foreign trade statistics.
                  Duty imposed on imported merchandise
Ad Valorem Duty
                  based on a percentage of the value.

                  Antidumping duty - A tariff imposed to
                  discourage sale of foreign goods at less than
ADD               a fair market price that would be
                  detrimental to local manufacturers. See
                  Dumping.


                  A bill of lading that covers both domestic
                  and international flights transporting goods
                  to specified destination. Technically, the air
                  waybill is a non-negotiable instrument of air
                  transport that serves as a receipt for the
Air Waybill
                  shipper, indicating that the carrier has
                  accepted the goods listed therein and
                  obligates itself to carry the consignment to
                  the airport of destination according to
                  specified conditions.


                  Extensive insurance coverage of cargo
                  including coverage due to external causes
All Risk          such as fire, collision, pilferage, etc., but
                  does not include special risks such as those
                  resulting from acts of war.

AMS               Automated Manifest System
APEC              Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation



                  A branch of the USDA, the Animal Plant
                  Inspection Service provides leadership in
                  ensuring the health and care of animals and
APHIS
                  plants, improving agricultural productivity
                  and competitiveness and contributing to the
                  national economy and the public health.
                 The determination, by a proper Customs
                 official, of the dutiable value of imported
Appraisement
                 merchandise following procedures outlined
                 in the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended.




                 This notice, which advises the consignee
                 that cargoes have arrived, is issued by
Arrival Notice
                 steamship lines and can also serve as the
                 freight bill.


ASEAN            Association of Southeast Asian Nations




                 Items furnished to the producer either free
                 of charge or at a reduced amount or used in
                 the production of merchandise that will be
Assist
                 imported. Examples include tools, dies, and
                 molds. Artwork performed in the U.S. is not
                 considered an assist. The value of an assist




ATPA             Andean Trade Preferences Act

AWB              Air Waybill

BEET             Business Executives Enforcement Teams


BIS              Bureau of Industry and Security
                                  Bill of Lading - A contract between the
                                  owner of the goods and the carrier. There
                                  are primarily two types of ladings. A straight
                                  bill of lading is nonnegotiable. A negotiable
                                  or shipper's order bill of lading can be
BL
                                  bought, sold, or traded while goods are in
                                  transit and is used for letter of credit
                                  transactions. The customer usually needs
                                  the original or a copy as proof of ownership
                                  to take possession of the goods.



                                  A warehouse authorized by Customs
                                  authorities for storage or manufacture of
                                  goods on which payment of duties is
Bonded Warehouse
                                  deferred until the goods enter Customs
                                  territory. The goods are not subject to
                                  duties if reshipped to foreign points.




                                  In relationship to imports, the DOC has two
                                  primary interests. The first interest pertains
                                  to the Committee for Implementation of
Bureau of Census -Department of   Textile Agreements (CITA) which regulates
Commerce                          certain textile imports under Section 204 of
                                  the Agricultural Adjustment Act. The second
                                  area of interest involves the collection of
                                  statistical data from import shipments.




                                  A buying commission consists of any monies
Buying Commission                 paid to the buyer's agent, who is controlled
                                  by or works on behalf of the buyer.


CACM                              Central American Common Market
                           The Cargo Selectivity System, a part of
                           Customs Automated Commercial System,
                           specifies the type of examination (intensive
                           or general) to be conducted for imported
Cargo Selectivity System   merchandise. The type of examination is
                           based on database selectivity criteria such as
                           assessments of risk by filer, consignee, tariff
                           number, country of origin and
                           manufacturer/shipper.


CARICOM                    Caribbean Common Market


                           Customs documents permitting the holder
                           to carry or send sample merchandise
                           temporarily into certain foreign countries
Carnet
                           without paying duties or posting bonds. A
                           carnet serves as both the entry document
                           and a Customs bond.


                           Movement of freight via trucking, draying or
Cartage
                           carting.

CBERA                      Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act

CBI                        Caribbean Basin Initiative
CCL                        Commerce Control List


                           Certain nations require a signed statement
                           as to the origin of the export item. Such
                           certificates are usually obtained through a
Certificate of Origin      semiofficial organization such as a local
                           Chamber or Commerce. A certificate may be
                           required even though the commercial
                           invoice contains the information.
                             All imported merchandise (other than
                             merchandise admitted into a FTZ) must be
                             released by U.S. Customs before it can be
CF 3461 -Immediate Release   received by the importer/consignee. The
                             CF 3461, Immediate Release, is the form
                             used to obtain the proper release from
                             Customs.




CFTA                         Canada Free Trade Agreement




                             Classification is the categorization of
                             merchandise according to the Harmonized
                             Tariff Schedules of the U.S. Classification
Classification               affects the duty status of imported
                             merchandise. Simplified, it is the process of
                             finding the tariff classification which best
                             describes the imported good.




CM                           Contract Manufacturer

CMC                          Customs Management Center



                             Tax imposed on imported merchandise
Compound Duty                based on a percentage of value and also on
                             the net weight or number of pieces, etc.
                                  Delivery of merchandise from an exporter
                                  (the consignor) to an agent (the consignee)
                                  under agreement that the agent sell the
                                  merchandise for the account of the
Consignment
                                  exporter. The consignor retains title to the
                                  goods until sold. The consignee sells the
                                  goods for commission and remits the net
                                  proceeds to the consignor.



                                  The person or company shown on the bill of
Consignor
                                  lading as the shipper.


                                  The combination of many small shipments
Consolidation                     into one container, often with more than
                                  one destination/consignee.


                                  Required by U.S. Customs for goods
                                  entering the United States. Information on
                                  the form includes cargo origin and
Consumption Entry
                                  description and estimated duties, which
                                  must be paid at the time the document is
                                  filed.

                                  Single rigid, sealed, reusable metal box in
Container                         which merchandise is shipped by vessel,
                                  truck or rail.

                                  Facility used by ocean carriers to
                                  load/unload cargo to and from
Container Freight Station (CFS)   containers. Most less-than-container-load
                                  lots of cargo are either packed into or de-
                                  vanned at the CFS.

                                  Country where merchandise was grown,
Country of Origin
                                  mined or manufactured.
                      Individual or firm licensed by Customs to
Customs Broker        enter and clear goods on behalf of others
                      through Customs.




                      Includes the States, the District of Columbia
Customs Territory
                      and Puerto Rico




                      Countervailing Duty - A special duty
                      imposed on imports to offset the benefits
CVD
                      of subsidies paid to producers or exporters
                      in the exporting country




                      The actual date the merchandise leaves the
Date of Exportation
                      country of exportation for the U.S.




DCS                   Destination Control Statement




                      Excess time taken for loading or unloading a
                      vessel. Demurrage refers only to situations
Demurrage
                      in which the charter or shipper, rather than
                      the vessel's operator, is at fault.
Devanning         Unloading of cargo from a container.


DOC               Department of Commerce




                  A dock receipt is used to transfer
                  accountability when the domestic carrier
Dock Receipt      moves the export item to the port of
                  embarkation and left with the
                  international carrier for export.




DOD               Department of Defense

DOE               Department of Energy




                  Domestic status material is Growth,
                  product, or manufacture of the U.S. on
                  which all IRS taxes have been paid.
Domestic Status   ·      Previously imported and on which
                  duty and tax have been
                  paid.·      Previously entered free of duty
                  and tax.




DOS               Department of State

DPL               Denied Persons List
           Refund of all or part of Customs duties paid
           on imported merchandise which was
Drawback
           subsequently either manufactured into a
           different article or re-exported.


DTRA       Defense Threat Reduction Agency



           The sale of a commodity in a foreign market
           at less-than-fair value. Dumping is generally
           recognized as an unfair practice because the
           practice can disrupt markets and injure
           producers of competitive products in an
Dumping    importing country. Article VI of the GATT
           permits imposition of antidumping duties
           equal to the difference between the price
           sought in the importing country and the
           normal value of the product in the exporting
           country.




           Tax levied by the government on the import,
           export or consumption of goods and usually
Duty       based on the value of the goods or some
           other factors such as weight or quantity or a
           combination of both.


EAA        Export Administration Act

EAR        Export Administration Regulations

EC/EU      European Community/European Union

ECCN       Export Control Classification Number

EFTA       European Free Trade Association
EL                       Entity List

EMS                      Export Management System

EPCI                     Enhanced Proliferation Control Initiative


FACR                     Foreign Assets Control Regulations


                         Declaration for Imported Electronic
FDA Form 2877
                         Products Subject to Radiation Control

FDI                      Foreign Direct Investment

FMS                      Foreign Military Sales




                         Foreign inland freight consists of the
                         charges to move the freight from the
                         foreign factory to the place of
Foreign Inland Freight   loading. Foreign inland freight charges are
                         dutiable unless the terms of sale are “ex-
                         factory” or the charges were incurred
                         incident to the international shipment.




                         An independent business which assembles,
                         collects and consolidates less-than-
                         truckload freight. Also, a person acting as
Freight Forwarder        an agent in the transshipping of freight to
                         or from foreign countries and the clearing
                         of freight through Customs for
                         compensation.
FTAA                               Free Trade Area of the Americas


FTSR                               Foreign Trade Statistics Regulations


GATS                               General Agreement on Trade in Services


GATT                               General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDP                                Gross Domestic Product

GSP                                Generalized System of Preferences




                                   The Harmonized Commodity Description &
                                   Coding System (or HTS) is a system for
                                   classifying goods in international trade,
                                   developed under the direction of the
                                   Customs Cooperation Council. Beginning
                                   on January 1, 1989, the new HS numbers
                                   replaced previously adhered-to schedules
                                   in over 50 countries, including the United
Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) *
                                   States. For the United States, the HTS
                                   numbers are the numbers that are entered
                                   on the actual export and import
                                   documents. Any other commodity code
                                   classification number (SIC, SITC, end-use,
                                   etc.) is just rearrangements and
                                   transformations of the original HS
                                   numbers.
                     Contains all the information of an air
                     waybill but is not a financial document.
                     This is a contract between the shipper and
                     freight forwarder. All the shipments
House Air Waybill
                     covered by the individual house air
                     waybills are consolidated, and a single air
                     waybill is issued to cover the consolidated
                     shipment.
IC                   Import Certificate
                     International Emergency Economic
IEEPA
                     Powers Act


                     Customs entry procedure that provides
                     for immediate release of a shipment prior
                     to the arrival of merchandise although the
Immediate Delivery   merchandise must arrive within the port
                     limits for the release to take effect. The
                     entry summary with duties must be filed
                     within 10 working days after release.


                     Identification number assigned by the
Importer Number      Customs Service to track importers,
                     usually IRS number for the company.


                     Procedure under which goods are
                     transported or warehoused under
In bond              Customs supervision until they are either
                     formally entered into Customs territory
                     and duties paid or until they are exported.


                     Maintained by the International Chamber
                     of Commerce (ICC), this codification of
Incoterms            terms is used in foreign trade contracts to
                     define which parties incur the costs and at
                     what specific point the costs are incurred.
                        The informal entry is a simplified import
                        entry procedure for most commercial
Informal Entry          shipments not over $2,000 in value. The
                        statutory limit for informal entries is
                        actually $2,500.


                        This certificate is used to assure the
                        consignee that insurance is provided to
Insurance Certificate
                        cover loss of or damage to the cargo while
                        in transit.


                        An intensive exam result means that
                        Customs wants to physically examine the
Intensive Exam          merchandise. Inspectors have the ability
                        to “override” some intensive exams and
                        convert them to general exams.

IPR                     Intellectual Property Rights

ITA                     Information Technology Agreement

IVL                     Individual Validated License



                        Letter of Credit - A financial document
                        issued by a bank at the request of the
                        consignee guaranteeing payment to the
                        shipper for cargo if certain terms and
L/C -                   conditions are fulfilled. Normally, the
                        letter of credit contains a brief description
                        of the goods, documents required, a
                        shipping date, and an expiration date after
                        which payment will not longer be made.
LCL                      Less than container load


                         The Liquidation System, a part of Customs
                         Automated Commercial System, closes the
                         file on each entry and establishes a batch
                         filing number which is essential for
                         recovering an entry for review or
Liquidation System
                         enforcement purposes. An entry
                         liquidation is a final review of the
                         entry. The process of liquidation is
                         currently under revision by the Customs
                         Service.




                         Broadly, insurance covering loss of, or
                         damage to, goods at sea. Marine insurance
                         typically compensates the owner of
                         merchandise for losses in excess of those
Marine Cargo Insurance
                         which can be legally recovered from the
                         carrier. Losses may include fire, shipwreck,
                         piracy, inclement weather and various
                         other causes.



                         Letters, numbers and other symbols placed
Marking (or Marks)       on cargo packages to facilitate
                         identification.


                         The physical markings on a product that
                         indicate the country of origin where the
Marks of Origin
                         article was produced. Customs rules
                         require marks of origin of most countries.

MERCOSUR                 Southern Common Market

MLA                      Manufacturing License Agreement
LCL                      Less than container load



                         The Liquidation System, a part of Customs
                         Automated Commercial System, closes the
                         file on each entry and establishes a batch
                         filing number which is essential for
Liquidation System       recovering an entry for review or
                         enforcement purposes. An entry liquidation
                         is a final review of the entry. The process of
                         liquidation is currently under revision by
                         the Customs Service.




                         Broadly, insurance covering loss of, or
                         damage to, goods at sea. Marine insurance
                         typically compensates the owner of
                         merchandise for losses in excess of those
Marine Cargo Insurance
                         which can be legally recovered from the
                         carrier. Losses may include fire, shipwreck,
                         piracy, inclement weather and various
                         other causes.



                         Letters, numbers and other symbols placed
Marking (or Marks)       on cargo packages to facilitate
                         identification.


                         The physical markings on a product that
                         indicate the country of origin where the
Marks of Origin
                         article was produced. Customs rules require
                         marks of origin of most countries.

MERCOSUR                 Southern Common Market

MLA                      Manufacturing License Agreement
                                 The Customs Modernization Act is a
                                 comprehensive effort by the U.S. Customs
                                 Service to streamline and automate the
Mod Act
                                 commercial operations and improve
                                 compliance with Customs laws and
                                 regulations.



MOU                              Memorandum of Understanding


                                 Merchandise Processing Fee is a fee
                                 assessed for formal entries based on 0.21%
MPF                              of the invoice value, with a minimum of
                                 $25 per formal entry and a maximum of
                                 $485.




                                 North American Free Trade Agreement. A
                                 free trade agreement that comprises
                                 Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, exceeding
NAFTA
                                 360 million consumers and a combined
                                 output of $6 trillion--20 % larger than the
                                 European Community.



NATO                             North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NDA                              Non-disclosure Agreement


                                 Weight of the goods alone without any
                                 immediate wrappings (e.g., the weight of
Net Weight (Actual Net Weight)
                                 the contents of a tin can without the
                                 weight of the can).
                       Newly Independent States of the ex-Soviet
NIS
                       Republic.
                       Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier: A
                       cargo consolidator of small shipments in
NVOCC                  ocean trade, generally soliciting business
                       and arranging for or performing
                       containerization functions at the port.

OAC                    Office of Antiboycott Compliance

                       A receipt for the cargo and a contract for
                       transportation between a shipper and the
                       ocean carrier. It may also be used as an
                       instrument of ownership which can be
                       bought, sold, or traded while the goods are
                       in transit. To be used in this manner, it must
                       be a negotiable "Order" Bill-of-Lading. A
                       Clean Bill-of-Lading is issued when the
                       shipment is received in good order. If
                       damaged or a shortage is noted, a clean
                       bill-of-lading will not be issued. An On
                       Board Bill-of-Lading certifies that the cargo
                       has been placed aboard the named vessel
                       and is signed by the master of the vessel or
                       his representative. On letter of credit
Ocean Bill of Lading
                       transactions, an On Board Bill-of-Lading is
                       usually necessary for the shipper to obtain
                       payment from the bank. When all Bills-of
                       Lading are processed, a ship's manifest is
                       prepared by the steamship line. This
                       summarizes all cargo aboard the vessel by
                       port of loading and discharge. An Inland
                       Bill-of-Lading (a waybill on rail or the "pro
                       forma" bill-of-lading in trucking) is used to
                       document the transportation of the goods
                       between the port and the point of origin or
                       destination. It should contain information
                       such as marks, numbers, steamship line,
                       and similar information to match with a
                       dock receipt.
                 Organization for Economic Cooperation
OECD
                 and Development

OFAC             Office of Foreign Assets Control

                 A marine insurance policy that applies to
                 all shipments made by an exporter over a
Open Insurance
                 period of time rather than to a single
                 shipment.


                 Packing costs are defined as “the cost of all
                 containers (except instruments of
                 international trade) and coverings of
Packing Costs    whatever nature or materials used in
                 placing merchandise in condition, packed
                 and ready for shipment to the United
                 States.


                 A list showing the number and kinds of
                 items being shipped, as well as other
Packing List
                 information needed for transportation
                 purposes.


                 A paperless result indicates that the
                 merchandise is low risk from a compliant
                 importer. The broker places a stamp on
Paperless        the CF3461 and signs the document; thus,
                 the merchandise is released without a
                 Customs official ever looking at the
                 documents.

PO               Purchase Order
                 A port at which foreign goods are admitted
                 into the receiving country; port where the
Port of Entry
                 imported merchandise is entered for
                 consumption.
                    First port within the Customs territory
Port of Import
                    where imported merchandise arrives.


                    An invoice provided by a supplier prior to
                    the shipment of merchandise informing the
Pro Forma Invoice   buyer of the kinds and quantities of goods
                    to be sent, their value, and important
                    specifications (weight, size, etc.).



                    A “protest” is the method primarily used by
                    importers to take issue with Customs
                    decisions with which they disagree. A
Protest             protest is normally utilized as an
                    opportunity to provide evidence that will
                    result in the refund of duties and other
                    charges that were erroneously paid.



                    “That degree of care which a person
                    of ordinary prudence would exercise in the
Reasonable Care     same or similar circumstances. Due care
                    under all circumstances. Failure to exercise
                    such care is ordinary negligence.”


                    - Members of the same family, spouse, and
                    lineal descendants
                    - Officers or directors if each individual is
                    also an officer or director of the other
                    organization
Related Parties     - Partners
                    - Person owning, controlling or holding with
                    power to vote 5% or more of outstanding
                    stock
                    - Person who is an officer or director in both
                    organizations
                    First port within the Customs territory
Port of Import
                    where imported merchandise arrives.


                    An invoice provided by a supplier prior to
                    the shipment of merchandise informing the
Pro Forma Invoice   buyer of the kinds and quantities of goods
                    to be sent, their value, and important
                    specifications (weight, size, etc.).



                    A “protest” is the method primarily used by
                    importers to take issue with Customs
                    decisions with which they disagree. A
Protest             protest is normally utilized as an
                    opportunity to provide evidence that will
                    result in the refund of duties and other
                    charges that were erroneously paid.



                    “That degree of care which a person
                    of ordinary prudence would exercise in the
Reasonable Care     same or similar circumstances. Due care
                    under all circumstances. Failure to exercise
                    such care is ordinary negligence.”



                    - Members of the same family, spouse, and
                    lineal descendants
                    - Officers or directors if each individual is
                    also an officer or director of the other
                    organization
Related Parties     - Partners
                    - Person owning, controlling or holding with
                    power to vote 5% or more of outstanding
                    stock
                    - Person who is an officer or director in both
                    organizations
SACU              Southern African Customs Union


SADC              Southern African Development Community

SDN               Specially Designated Nationals
SED               Shipper's Export Declaration


                  Shipping weight represents the gross
                  weight in kilograms of shipments, including
                  the weight of moisture content, wrappings,
Shipping Weight
                  crates, boxes and containers (other than
                  cargo vans and similar substantial outer
                  containers).



                  A list, signed by the captain of a ship, of the
Ships Manifest    individual shipments constituting the ship's
                  cargo.

SLI               Shippers Letter of Instruction
SO                Sales Order


                  A surety bond is a promise or guarantee of
                  payment to U.S. Customs in the event of a
                  default in any terms of the importation
Surety Bond
                  laws. If the importer does not comply,
                  Customs will look to the surety for payment
                  and compliance.



                  The weight of a container and/or packing
Tare Weight       materials without the weight of the goods
                  it contains.
                         List or schedule of merchandise with
                         applicable rates to be paid or charged for
Tariff                   each listed article. A schedule of duties or
                         taxes assessed by a government on goods
                         as they enter or leave a country.



                         Permits a specified quantity of
Tariff Rate Quota        merchandise to be entered at a reduced
                         rate during a specified period.



                         A change in tariff classification may be
                         from one heading in a chapter to another
Tariff Shift             heading in the same chapter. Some
                         changes must be from one chapter to
                         another chapter.


TDO                      Table of Denial Orders


                         In addition to the original textile visa,
                         shipments containing textiles must be
                         accompanied by either a single or multiple
Textile Declaration
                         country declaration which provides
                         certification as to the article and country
                         of origin.




                         A single bill of lading covering receipt of
                         the cargo at the point of origin for delivery
Through Bill of Lading
                         to the ultimate consignee, using two or
                         more modes of transportation.
                    The Temporary Importation Bond (TIB)
                    procedures allow importers to enter
                    merchandise that will be exported within
TIB                 one year from importation for temporary
                    use without paying duties. Merchandise
                    entered under a TIB cannot be sold but can
                    be repaired, altered or processed.
                    Name by which a commodity is commonly
Trade Name          known in a trade; a name used as a
                    trademark.
                    A symbol, design, word, letter, etc., used by
                    a manufacturer or dealer to distinguish his
Trademark
                    products from those of competitors and
                    usually registered and protected by law.

                    Vehicle without motor power designed to
                    be drawn by another vehicle and so
Trailer
                    constructed that no part of its weight rests
                    upon the towing vehicle.
                    Transaction Value is the price actually paid
                    or payable for the imported goods, with
Transaction Value   additions made for any dutiable items not
                    included, or deductions made for any non-
                    dutiable items included.
                    Overpricing of imports and/or under-
                    pricing of exports between affiliated
                    companies in different countries for the
Transfer Pricing
                    purpose of transferring profits, revenues or
                    monies out of a country in order to evade
                    taxes.
                    Cargo which is transferred from one vessel
Transship
                    to another.
                    The Toxic Substances Control Act is
                    intended to protect human health and the
                    environment from unreasonable risks of
TSCA                certain chemicals. The EPA and U.S.
                    Customs Service are responsible for
                    keeping chemicals that have not undergone
                    risk screening out of the United States.
TWEA                 Trading with the Enemy Act
                     Uniform Customs and Practice for
UCP 500
                     Documentary Credits
                     The ultimate consignee is the person located
                     abroad who is the true party in interest,
Ultimate Consignee
                     receiving the export for the designated end-
                     use.
                     The ultimate purchaser is generally the last
                     person in the United States who will receive
Ultimate Purchaser
                     the article in the form in which it was
                     imported.

URAA                 Uruguay Round Agreements Act

USITC                U.S. International Trade Commission

USTR                 United States Trade Representative

                     This method of pricing offers a base entry
                     fee with extra charges for additional
                     classifications, additional invoices, issuance
Value Added Fee
                     of delivery orders, freight tracking, phone
                     and fax charges and other miscellaneous
                     services.


                     A visa is an endorsement in the form of a
                     stamp on an invoice and consists of a
                     stamped authorization that is usually
Visa **              circular, square, or rectangular in
                     shape. The visa number normally consists
                     of a standard nine digit number. * Click here
                     for more on a textile visa.

                     Insurance coverage for loss of goods
War Risk
                     resulting from any act of war.

                     A charge assessed by a pier or dock owner
Wharfage
                     for handling incoming or outgoing cargo.
WTO                  World Trade Organization
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Configuring a true and representative balance sheet works best
to increase the efficacy of your balance sheet by adding non
traditional resources and contacts which can easily be included
in a balance sheet reflecting added value to a traditional
balance sheet which you can also attach a dollar value, these
non traditional resources ( Use Excel      ) can increase the
viability of any balance sheet

The following bullet points are examples of valuable additions
which can be added to your inclusive balance sheet

This method will derive a greater range of flexibility in bringing
together all of your potentials to accomplish your primary goals
and objectives

•   Your varied skills which can contribute to your endeavors
•   Mentors or Consultants who can help you
•   Land or other resources which you can leverage
•   Contacts with various professional who can assist you
•   Contact with skilled practitioners like web designers,
    business owners, your banker, organizations you belong to,
    bartering potentials etc., include every conceivable
    resource, connection, contacts tangible and non-tangible
    available either directly or indirectly which is accessible
•   The balance sheet also shows you where you are financially
    and where you intend to be as a Gold Enterpriser
          Alignment Summary
The instructions presented in manual one clearly
understood enable the reader to advance on to manual
two where the reader will increase their knowledge of
the precious metals industry to an even higher degree
thus increasing the readers ability to visualize the
development of a new career and business foundation in
Gold Enterprising

The materials provided are simple and easy to read
offering the reader an open door to a world of commerce
few people have privy access to, even though much of the
world is in search of more ways to earn income and
revenue, Gold Enterprising is rarely considered yet is the
ideal profession for entrepreneurs, the self employed as
well as new comers to the world of precious metals
enterprising as a sustainable way to generate substantial
income and revenue long term

Please proceed to manual two to complete the second
half of your preoperational training to become a certified
Gold Enterpriser
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   CIF
   FCO
   BWT
   LOI
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   Supply Quality
   Refinery contacts protocol using
    the four markers
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 Documenting Contacts properly
 Reviewing the four markers
 Primary course of action
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 Letter of Intent
 Letter of Credit and much more

				
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