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Subject: Job Provision
Date: Sun 21 Nov 2010 17 51 52 -0800
From: "Takahashi Masato" <mtakahashi@chla.usc.edu>
To: info@dellas.com

Durnford Medical
Manchester,United Kingdom.
Dear E-mail Owner,
A Free part time work from home and get paid without affecting your current job.
This company is basically supplying medical equipment. You will make nothing less
than $4000 monthly. All we want you to do is just for you to receive payment from
our client in USA and Canada process. Why we need a representative is because of
our increasing rate of customers there and here in UK we cannot not process payment
from USA. Note also that you will not spend anything to secure a place in the
company. Indicate your interest and send the follow information below:
Name:Contact Address:City:State:Zip-Code:Occupation & Position held:
Tel No:Country: Mail Us At:{nelsonbarber01@att.net} To get started.

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