*BEST PRACTICE & FCP STATEMENT By FEEEDS/FE3DS, LLC
As an American Company with American employees, including its CEO, conducting business in a Foreign Country, the CEO and everyone associated with the company are bound by Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA) (15 U.S.C. § 78dd-1, et seq.) The anti-bribery provisions of the FCPA make it unlawful for a U.S. person to make a payment to a foreign official for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business for or with, or directing business to, any person. FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative, which advising SMEs, Diaspora Groups, holds board seats, and works on agricultural, SMEs, and Diaspora projects, and other economic development projects, and FE3DS, LLC which advises on affordable housing, ICT, and power are governed by the FCPA. There are a number of email scams/419 scams using the CEO's likeness, name, old photographs with politicians, or mentions projects on which FEEEDS/FE3DS serves on the board or as an advisor. These are all email scams/419 scam, which to date unfortunately have emanated from Nigeria. FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative and FE3DS,LLC, whose CEO is Dr. Robin Renee Sanders, is not a decision-maker, principal or signatory on behalf of any company, company projects or government, nor are we a lobby firm or involved in the politics of any nation. We meet with, assist and work with like-minded groups and institutions.
Ambassador (Dr.) Robin Renee Sanders is widely-recognized for her honesty, integrity, forthrightness, hard work, and commitment to best practices world-wide in both professional and personal interactions, and has maintained this excellent reputation over the life of her career, and continues to hold such. FEEEDS and FE3DS, LLC websites and blog have noted since 2010 to beware of all Nigerian email money-related 419 scams or bribery claims/scams using Sanders' likeness or name to solicit funds, or claim the taking or giving of gifts, etc. Such emails are scams and when we become aware of new scams doing such we make every effort to report them to U.S. law enforcement authorities, particularly on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) website page regarding 419 scams.
*Statement prepared by Legal Team of FEEEDS/FE3DS,LLC of Gordon & REES