Miss Young

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From: Costa Coffee < costacoffee@universal.com >
Sent: Thu, Aug 15, 2013 7:33 pm
Subject: Representative Request

9 Waterloo Road, London SE1 7LY,
United Kingdom.

Good day to you.

I am the Managing Director COSTA COFFEE EXPORTS; we are a trading company that 
is into the export of coffee. We export Coffee for world trade. Due to the 
Increasing number of clients that we have in the U.S.A, Canada and Europe, we 
are having difficulty in reaching all of our clients; therefore we decided to 
employ representatives to help us get to our clients.

As our representative, you shall serve as a link between us and our clients and 
you will also be responsible for the collection of payments on our behalf. You 
shall have 10% commission for every transaction you carry out or payment that 
you collect on our behalf.

Note that the Company will not at any time demand any money from you, the 
company will handle all financial aspect of this transaction.

If you are interested, get back to me with the email below, indicating your 
interest, in order for us to start processing the required documents.

Very Respectfully,
Robert Philip.
Managing Director,
Email: costacoffee082@gmail.com 
Miss Young

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