8 other investors and I (all American) invested in a Honduran coffee plantation in 2012. To be clear, we signed a contract which loaned money (over 1 million dollars) to an American investor who was seeking to buy the plantation. He contractually agreed to give us 20% interest annually for our investment. He gave $1.3 million to another American, living in Honduras as a partial payment. The investors were never given their promised interest. The balance was never given and the American living in Honduras has continued to run the plantation while keeping the entire sum. Both parties have ignored investor requests to resolve this issue. Both persons failed to perform. We believe that both parties are complicit of numerous illegalities including fraud, tax evastion, etc.This would be a fascinating case of U.S. / International law involving fraud. It could also be lucrative: payment up front for expenses and a percent fee base on our recuperation of our investment.We have a Honduran lawyer working as well. A good deal of information and transaction history has already been discovered. We will attempt to sue both parties in the U.S. and Honduras, unless they agree to terms. Only serious inquiries please.