An April 1999 invoice lists a “2nd installment” of $175,000.
In one case, money was paid in cash to a contractor who used a fictitious company name on the invoice.
"We were told to submit our first invoice after the first week and then every two weeks after that," says Vrondran.
An invoice for $100,000 from March 1999 is described as, “Honoraria—Dr. Drew Pinsky/1st Installment.”
Then a few weeks later he mailed me an invoice for about $2,000 worth of chocolate.
Sarah had gone down into the counting-house, and obtained the invoice which the senior clerk had torn up.
To-morrow I will send the invoice of goods, which please to not give up.
And moreover, where he knew the American importer, he advanced to the full amount of the invoice.
While I was at work on the invoice book, I found what appeared to me to be an error.
Take this invoice, and overlook the unpacking of those goods.'