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House Lots, Farming Land
$10,000,000 - Bagotstown, Demerara-Mahaica, Guyana

West Amazon Estate Project
Now available
40ft X 80ft House Lots Next to New International Zoo In Land of Canaan
Price is $2.50usd per sq ft
$1.50usd as is
Land will increase in value by over 1000% as the new road is built connecting to East Bank Highway and Linden Highway.
Perfect investment Opportunities for Guyanese
Private access to scheme
Better pay back than bank can ever offer for your money.

Farm Land for Sale $10,000,000 per acre
Electric and phone line available in Location

Farmland for Lease or rent
$100,000 per acre
Soil conditions are optimal for growing the following
Bok Choy
and more......

Soil PH 6.5 to 7.5

Private Water wells available on Land for $2.2 million
Never pay for water again.

Solar Plans and other systems are available for person who purchase Land or leases Farm Land.

Hire Purchase available for qualified individuals

Please call 622-1957
to make appointment to see land and speak with one of our finance reps.

Thank You

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Here is a Sneak Peak at the Awesome Chef Cooking Show in Guyana. just Before the Holidays are here you can now pre-order your last minute catering needs.
call 622-1957 to place orders for any event. Due to high volumes of order please book consultations in advance.

The Awesome Chef Cooking Show brings Restaurant Quality to your Kitchen with Quick and easy to follow direction by Chef Anthony. We feature International Cui...

The Awesome Chef

Get ready all you hamburger and chicken burger fans out there.
Your dream come true is here.
The Kiskadee Sports Bar and Grill is now offering our Unlimited Food Fete Friday nights starting at 6 pm. Get Unlimited a Meals from our menu for just $3,000 and play Pool for free.

You can also try a meal for as low as $1,000
Lime and enjoy your self. Poolside open until 2 am.

Test out our new Superbet system and win money right on your cellphone.

Only at the Kiskadee Like this post and get a free burger of your choice.

Share it and earn one for and a friend
While we record the Awesome Chef Cooking show.

Free samples for all audience members.

Tuesdays at 1 pm at the Aracari Resort Poolside.

Call 622-1957 to be a part of the Awesome Chef Cooking Show

New being filmed at the Aracari Resort.
Come check it out Every Tuesday right here is Guyana

Test run this Tuesday all guess at the poolside get a free sample of a menu Item. And free access to the pool.

The Awesome Chef Cooking Show another Opportunity for Guyanese worldwide Brought to you by Anthony Snow the Awesome Chef

Job Fair Worldwide

For all those who have watch us build over the years. Please stay kind to each other. Here is a gift for all those who struggle to make this world a better place. Congrats my soldiers.

Special Message for all Jobfair Worldwide Member in Guyana. As part of our Giving Back to Guyana Program, Mr Snow is now giving all JFWW Members a place to keep your birthday parties.

First of all I would like to say to each of you out there, that I have made many sacrifices to get to this point where it is now possible for me to give something special to each one of you here in Guyana. I am now donating $1,000,000 in Services to each Jobfair Member on their birthday.

To be eligible for JFWW benefits you must be a member.

Your yearly fees must be up to date.
Which is $5,000 Guyana Dollars

You must treat others with kindness and respect.

Please note that our facilities include
A Cinema, a dancehall, a pool hall, a pool , a picnic ground, a food court, and an arcade for the kids. With a fully stocked commercial kitchen and bar.

All you have a o do is comment below your name and share this post and you will get access to our facilities for your birthday event.

Thank you once again from Mr. Snow of Guyana.

[08/30/16]   Special Update on our Aracari Project. The Launching was a Success and everyone was happy. We are very Please to Have Minister Gaskin and other Representatives from the West Bank Communities present and in attendance.
For the course of this opening week we will be giving away samples of the menu items to the customers who choose to support our business.
Spend $3,000 and up and get free samples of many other menu items.

Great News as well for all those who wish to be on T.V. the Awesome Chef will be hosting our first cooking show and customers who support the Kiskadee Sports Bar and Grill will be given a chance to be on the show and enjoy a day of international food and service as well as Poolside Facilities and Gym Membership compliments of Aracari Resort and Jobfair Worldwide Guyana (JFWW)

For More Information please call Mr. Snow on 622-1957
Thank You

[01/05/16]   Good afternoon we are pleased to announce to the public that all Jobfair Worldwide subscription fees can now be paid at Scotia Bank any Scotia Bank Location worldwide as well as Bank of America any Bank of America worldwide.
Scotia Account Number
SA# 10037813
$5,000 to access Our online services and $10,000 to access our Local Job services.

Bank of America account number
$25 usd for online access
$50 usd for Us Based Job placement

Please provided deposit slips when showing up for Orientations
Anyone whom does not have a deposit slip will be charged 50% more the extra running around needed to deposit their payments.

Our network office will no longer have cash on hand. This is done to prevent criminal activity. Thank you.

Once again I wish to thank Scotia Bank and Bank of America for the assistance and making things safer for our members.

Correia's Contracting Service and Equipment Rental

Work for the Holidays Available now for all JFWW Members.

Current Vacancies are listed Below:

Security Supervisor Pay $25,000 Weekly
Security Guard $15,000 Weekly
Waiters and Waitresses $20,000 plus weekly
Cooks and Chefs $21,000 Weekly
Web Content Writers $50,000 Weekly
Audio Mastering Technician $30,000 Weekly
Personal Assistant $15,000 - $150,000 Weekly
House Washers $25,000 Weekly
Dog Breeders $30,000 Weekly
House Cleaners $10,000 - $30,000 Weekly

If you are not a Jobfair Worldwide Member Then Please contact
233-6517 or 622-1957 for more information.
Full Time Part Time and Temporary Work Available Now

Training Mandatory

[12/03/15]   Work for the Holidays Available now for all JFWW Members.

Current Vacancies are listed Below:

Security Supervisor Pay $25,000 Weekly
Security Guard $15,000 Weekly
Waiters and Waitresses $20,000 plus weekly
Cooks and Chefs $21,000 Weekly
Web Content Writers $50,000 Weekly
Audio Mastering Technician $30,000 Weekly
Personal Assistant $15,000 - $150,000 Weekly
House Washers $25,000 Weekly
Dog Breeders $30,000 Weekly
House Cleaners $10,000 - $30,000 Weekly

If you are not a Jobfair Worldwide Member Then Please contact
233-6517 or 622-1957 for more information.
Full Time Part Time and Temporary Work Available Now

Training Mandatory

Jobfair Worldwide Commercial- Guyana (Educate, Empower and Employment) Program

Good Night to all our JFWW Members Wednesday the 16th of September we will be hosting a Brokerage Training Session.
Start Time: 11am - 3pm
Location: East Bank Office
Attendance Requirements:
Each Member Must Have their Fiverr Accounts Active With at least two Gigs
Each Member Is required to present their user name upon entry.
This will be a Free Brokerage Training Session
We will continue follow ups in accordance to ensure all members are Earning Sufficiently.
Any JFWW Members from Guyana who attends the Training will be given immediate assistance in boasting their sales.
Everyone who plans on attending needs to contact Office and leave both their User Names and Your real names.
Thank you.
We Look forward to seeing you there.

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Message from Mr. Anthony Snow

What I am about to show you not everyone is Privileged to see.

Everyone who has money is now Protecting themselves from whats about to happen. If you feel that it will not affect you then you are dead wrong.

Imagine you have $1,000,000 (One Million Dollars) in your bank account and when you wake up tomorrow you notice that your $1,000,000 (One Million Dollars) is now only worth $250,000 (Two hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars) and there is nothing that you could do about it.

How would you feel about that?

There are ways to protect your self. Unfortunately no one is willing to help you.
But you would be wrong. I have built a program to help the world through this situation.
Notice that secretly major companies in Guyana as well as government officials have been investing in various areas to protect themselves. They however have been doing nothing to protect the average citizen from what is coming.
Due to the fact that the large majority of Guyanese still can not read properly and they do not understand financial lingo or jargon they will be the losers.
in order for some to gain others must lose. This is the financial food chain and it does not have mercy on stupid or uneducated persons.

Please read the following:
I happen to be part of something that is too big to explain in this message alone.
Everyone in my group as well as those who spend great deals of money worldwide would have received this message. So read with caution.
International Investing
There are different ways you can invest internationally: through mutual funds, American Depositary Receipts, exchange-traded funds, U.S.-traded foreign stocks, or direct investments in foreign markets. This online brochure explains the basic facts about international investing and how you can learn more about foreign companies and markets. Although this brochure covers foreign stocks, much of it also applies to foreign bonds.

Why should investors read this brochure?
As investors have learned recently, the market value of investments can change suddenly. This is true in the U. S. securities markets, but the changes may be even more dramatic in markets outside the United States. The world’s economies are becoming more interrelated, and dramatic changes in stock value in one market can spread quickly to other markets.

Keep in mind that even if you only invest in stocks of U.S. companies you already may have some international exposure in your investment portfolio. Many of the factors that affect foreign companies also affect the foreign business operations of U.S. companies. The fear that economic problems around the globe will hurt the operations of U.S. companies can cause dramatic changes in U.S. stock prices.

Sudden changes in market value are only one important consideration in international investing. Changes in foreign currency exchange rates will affect all international investments, and there are other special risks you should consider before deciding whether to invest. The degree of risk may vary, depending on the type of investment and the market. For example, international mutual funds may be less risky than direct investments in foreign markets, and investing in developed economies may avoid some of the risks of investing in emerging markets.

Why do many Americans invest in foreign markets?
Two of the chief reasons why people invest internationally are:

* Diversification -- spreading your investment risk among foreign companies and markets that are different than the U.S. economy, and

* Growth -- taking advantage of the potential for growth in some foreign economies, particularly in emerging markets.
By including exposure to both domestic and foreign stocks in your portfolio, you'll reduce the risk that you'll lose money and your portfolio's overall investment returns will have a smoother ride. That’s because international investment returns sometimes move in a different direction than U.S. market returns. Even when international and U.S. investments move in the same direction the degree of change may be very different. When you compare the returns from emerging international markets with U.S. market returns you may see even wider swings in value.

Of course, you have to balance these considerations against the possibility of higher costs, sudden changes in value, and the special risks of international investing.

What are the special risks in international investing?
Although you take risks when you invest in any stock, international investing has some special risks:

* Changes in currency exchange rates. When the exchange rate between the foreign currency of an international investment and the U.S. dollar changes, it can increase or reduce your investment return. How does this work? Foreign companies trade and pay dividends in the currency of their local market. When you receive dividends or sell your international investment, you will need to convert the cash you receive into U.S. dollars. During a period when the foreign currency is strong compared to the U.S. dollar, this strength increases your investment return because your foreign earnings translate into more dollars. If the foreign currency weakens compared to the U.S. dollar, this weakness reduces your investment return because your earnings translate into fewer dollars. In addition to exchange rates, you should be aware that some countries may impose foreign currency controls that restrict or delay you from moving currency out of a country.

Investor Tidbit: What is an index? An index is a group of stocks representing a particular segment of a market, or in some cases the entire market. For example, the Standard & Poor's 500 index represents a specific segment of the U.S. capital markets. Foreign stock markets also may be represented by an index, such as the MSCI EAFE index, a well-known index in more developed foreign markets, the Nikkei index of large Japanese companies, or the CAC 40 index of large French companies. The components of an index can change over time, as new stocks are added and old ones are dropped.

* Dramatic changes in market value. Foreign markets, like all markets, can experience dramatic changes in market value. One way to reduce the impact of these price changes is to invest for the long term and try to ride out sharp upswings and downturns in the market. Individual investors frequently lose money when they try to "time" the market in the United States and are even less likely to succeed in a foreign market. When you “time” the market you have to make two astute decisions -- deciding when to get out before prices fall and when to get back in before prices rise again.

* Political, economic and social events. It is difficult for investors to understand all the political, economic, and social factors that influence foreign markets. These factors provide diversification, but they also contribute to the risk of international investing.

* Lack of liquidity. Foreign markets may have lower trading volumes and fewer listed companies. They may only be open a few hours a day. Some countries restrict the amount or type of stocks that foreign investors may purchase. You may have to pay premium prices to buy a foreign security and have difficulty finding a buyer when you want to sell.

* Less information. Many foreign companies do not provide investors with the same type of information as U.S. public companies. It may be difficult to locate up-to-date information, and the information the company publishes my not be in English.

* Reliance on foreign legal remedies. If you have a problem with your investment, you may not be able to sue the company in the United States. Even if you sue successfully in a U.S. court, you may not be able to collect on a U.S. judgment against a foreign company. You may have to rely on whatever legal remedies are available in the company's home country.

* Different market operations. Foreign markets often operate differently from the major U.S. trading markets. For example, there may be different periods for clearance and settlement of securities transactions. Some foreign markets may not report stock trades as quickly as U.S. markets. Rules providing for the safekeeping of shares held by custodian banks or depositories may not be as well developed in some foreign markets, with the risk that your shares may not be protected if the custodian has credit problems or fails.

What are the costs of international investments?
International investing can be more expensive than investing in U.S. companies. In smaller markets, you may have to pay a premium to purchase shares of popular companies. In some countries there may be unexpected taxes, such as withholding taxes on dividends. Transaction costs such as fees, broker’s commissions, and taxes often are higher than in U.S. markets. Mutual funds that invest abroad often have higher fees and expenses than funds that invest in U.S. stocks, in part because of the extra expense of trading in foreign markets.

What are the different ways to invest internationally?
Mutual funds. One way to invest internationally is through mutual funds. There are different kinds of funds that invest in foreign stocks.

* Global funds invest primarily in foreign companies, but may also invest in U.S. companies.

* International funds generally limit their investments to companies outside the United States.

* Regional or country funds invest principally in companies located in a particular geographical region (such as Europe or Latin America) or in a single country. Some funds invest only in emerging markets, while others concentrate on more developed markets.

* International index funds try to track the results of a particular foreign market index. Index funds differ from actively managed funds, whose managers pick stocks based on research about the companies.
International investing through mutual funds can reduce some of the risks mentioned earlier. Mutual funds provide more diversification than most investors could achieve on their own. The fund manager also should be familiar with international investing and have the resources to research foreign companies. The fund will handle currency conversions and pay any foreign taxes, and is likely to understand the different operations of foreign markets.

Like other international investments, mutual funds that invest internationally probably will have higher costs than funds that invest only in U.S. stocks. If you want to learn more about investing in mutual funds, information is available in our brochure, Invest Wisely – An Introduction to Mutual Funds.

Exchange-Traded Funds. An exchange-traded fund is a type of investment company whose investment objective is to achieve the same return as a particular market index. Increasingly popular with investors, ETFs are listed on stock exchanges and, like stocks (and in contrast to mutual funds), trade throughout the trading day. A share in an ETF that tracks an international index gives an exposure to the performance of the underlying stock or bond portfolio along with the ability to trade that share like any other security.

American Depositary Receipts. The stocks of most foreign companies that trade in the U.S. markets are traded as American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) issued by U.S. depositary banks.

Investor Tidbit: ADRs or ADSs? Sometimes the terms “ADR” and “ADS” (American Depositary Share) are used interchangeably. An ADR is actually the negotiable physical certificate that evidences ADSs (in much the same way a stock certificate evidences shares of stock), and an ADS is the security that represents an ownership interest in deposited securities (in much the same way a share of stock represents an ownership interest in the corporation). ADRs are the instruments actually traded in the market.
Each ADR represents one or more shares of a foreign stock or a fraction of a share. If you own an ADR you have the right to obtain the foreign stock it represents, but U.S. investors usually find it more convenient to own the ADR. The price of an ADR corresponds to the price of the foreign stock in its home market, adjusted for the ratio of ADRs to foreign company shares.

Owning ADRs has some advantages compared to owning foreign shares directly:

* When you buy and sell ADRs you are trading in the U.S. market. Your trade will clear and settle in U.S. dollars.

* The depositary bank will convert any dividends or other cash payments into U.S. dollars before sending them to you.

* The depositary bank may arrange to vote your shares for you as you instruct.

On the other hand, there are some disadvantages:

* It may take a long time for you to receive information from the company because it must pass through an extra pair of hands. You may receive information about shareholder meetings only a few days before the meeting, well past the time when you could vote your shares.

* Depositary banks charge fees for their services and will deduct these fees from the dividends and other distributions on your shares. The depositary bank also will incur expenses, such as for converting foreign currency into U.S. dollars, and usually will pass those expenses on to you.

U.S. Traded Foreign Stocks

Although most foreign stocks trade in the U.S. markets as ADRs, some foreign stocks trade here in the same form as in their local market. For example, Canadian stocks trade in the same form in the United States as they do in the Canadian markets, rather than as ADRs. You can purchase ADRs and other foreign stocks that trade in the United States through your broker. There are different trading markets in the United States, and the information available about an ADR or foreign stock will depend on where it trades.

Stocks Trading on Foreign Markets

If you want to buy or sell stock in a company that only trades on a foreign stock market, your broker may be able to process your order for you. These foreign companies do not file reports with the SEC, however, so you will need to do additional research to get the information you need to make an investment decision. Always make sure any broker you deal with is registered with the SEC. It is against the law for unregistered foreign brokers to call you and solicit your investment.

What should I do if I want to invest?
Like any other investment, you should learn as much as you can about a company before you invest. Try to learn about the political, economic, and social conditions in the company’s home country, so you will understand better the factors that affect the company’s financial results and stock price. If you invest internationally through mutual funds, make sure you know the countries where the fund invests and understand the kinds of investments it makes.

Here are some sources of information:

* SEC reports. Many foreign companies file reports with the SEC. The SEC requires foreign companies to file electronically, so their reports usually are available through the SEC’s web site at at no charge. You can obtain paper copies for a fee from the SEC’s Office of FOIA Services by sending a written request to the FOIA office by e-mail ([email protected]), fax (202-772-9337), or mail (100 F Street NE, Mail Stop 2736, Washington, DC 20549). Be sure to state your name, address, and telephone number on your request.

* International Regulators. You might be able to learn more about a particular company by contacting the securities regulator that oversees the markets in which that company’s securities trade. Many international securities regulators post issuer information on their websites, including audited financial statements. You’ll find a list of international securities regulators on the website of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) at

* Mutual fund firms. You can get the prospectus for a particular mutual fund directly from the mutual fund firm. Many firms also have websites that provide helpful information about international investing.

* The company. Foreign companies often prepare annual reports, and some companies also publish an English language version of their annual report. Ask your broker for copies of the company’s reports or check to see if they are available from the SEC. Some foreign companies post their annual reports and other financial information on their websites.

* Broker-dealers. Your broker may have research reports on particular foreign companies, individual countries, or geographic regions. Ask whether updated reports are available on a regular basis. Your broker also may be able to get copies of SEC reports and other information for you.

* Publications. Many financial publications and international business newspapers provide extensive news coverage of foreign companies and markets.

* Internet Resources. Various government, commercial, and media websites offer information about foreign companies and markets. However, as with any investment opportunity, you should be extremely wary of “hot tips,” overblown statements, and information posted on the Internet from unfamiliar sources. For tips on how to spot and avoid Internet fraud, please visit the “Investor Information” section of our website at

Investor Tidbit: International Stock Scams

Whether it’s foreign currency trading, “prime European bank” securities or fictitious coconut plantations in Costa Rica, you should be skeptical about exotic-sounding international investment “opportunities” offering returns that sound too good to be true. They usually are. In the past, con artists have used the names of well-known European banks or the International Chamber of Commerce -- without their knowledge or permission -- to convince unsophisticated investors to part with their money.

Some promoters based in the United States try to make their investment schemes sound more enticing by giving them an international flavor. Other promoters actually operate from outside the United States and use the Internet to reach potential investors around the globe. Remember that when you invest abroad and something goes wrong, it's more difficult to find out what happened and locate your money. As with any investment opportunity that promises quick profits or a high rate of return, you should stop, ask questions, and investigate before you invest.
Tracking down information on international investments requires some extra effort, but it will make you a more informed investor. One of the most important things to remember is to read and understand the information before you invest.

If you have more questions or if you have a problem with your international investment, please contact us right away. To submit your complaint electronically, please visit our online Complaint Center at You also may send us a letter at the following address:

Office of Investor Education and Advocacy
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
100 F Street, N.E.
Washington, DC 20549-0213

Job Fair Worldwide is willing to help you protect yourself for free this is a service that I designed to help protect Guyana from Global Financial Terrorism and Political Bully-ism.

Please share this message and help me save the world one person at a time. this Job is too big for me to do alone.

Thank You Mr. Snow
P.S. If I am attacked the Public will know why.
But No matter what The program I created is self sustaining. :) All companies, foreign and domestic, are required to file registration statements, periodic reports, and other forms electronically through EDGAR. Anyone can access and download this information for free. Here you'll find links to a complete list of filings available through EDGAR and instructions f…

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