Miss Young

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On Sep 6, 2012, Maria Smith <ukcares@gmail.com> wrote:


In light to support Disaster Relief Worldwide Vision, I have personally witnessed the tremendous generosity and goodwill of the American people and of our friends around the world to help in times of great need. UKcares is on the ground rushing emergency supplies to survive injured victims.

Prior to this present engagements UKcares Team needs payment representative to work on part-time, we will need you as payment representative to receive payments in your location where we do not have agent presently from Corporate, Individual willing to donate to help the relief effort today.

Job Description is as follows (Read Carefully)

Payment will be sent to you on our behalf from any of our donor.

All Payments must be Cashed/Deposited or confirm receipt of funds incase of
wire transfer at your Bank.

Deduction of Commission Fee of 10% Payment received as your remuneration for working with "UKcares Team" to encourage your participation.

Further directives shall be enunciated to you in very general term on how to Convey the donated funds to achieve our basic objective of the team.

If you are interested to be an agent, I will await your e-mail.

Maris Smith
Miss Young

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