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From: Angelita Fischer <erhfyhybglk@booksandpeople.com>
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2007 3:35 PM
Subject: New job

I am writing to inquire if you might be interested in part-time employment with our company.

FastWire llc. based in Moscow, Russia is looking for energetic and committed
individuals to fill the part-time receivables clerk position in the United States. As a receivables clerk, you
will be in charge of processing and facilitating investment funds transfers initiated by our US clients under the
supervision of the regional manager. A perfect candidate should be a good communicator who is also comfortable
with numbers. College education or basic administrative experience is a plus.

No relocation is required from a successful candidate. This opening is a great opportunity for those looking for
a reasonable trade-off between income and work load, such as senior citizens or self-employed individuals.

The position is commission-based, and it will typically take up to 6 hours per week to fulfill your duties. You
should be able to perform your duties during regular business hours. Your core responsibility will be to receive
the funds from our clients into your designated bank account, PayPal account or use merchandise account. R
econcile the payments if required and transfer specified funds into our managed accounts.
You will be in charge of contacting your bank in order to obtain transfer status information, confirmations and
account activity reports to be provided to your supervisor, as well as handling daily communications with your bank.
You will be receiving a 7% commission from the gross amount of each transfer that is made into your designated account
(for instance, if $1,000 is credited into your account, you will be retaining a commission of $70).
Your commission is available immediately, so there is no need to wait for the payroll check in the end of the month.

From the tax aspect, you will be paying your income tax, either as an individual or as a business entity,
calculated as a percentage of the commissions received for fulfilling your duties.

You will be receiving the investment funds from our clients via secure electronic Wire transfer used by major US
banks for funds or PayPal accounts. This means that no funds will be deposited into your account unless the
transaction is reviewed and confirmed both by the remitting and recipient banks. Thus, there is no operational
risk on your end. You will never be required to cash a check or engage in any other financially risky activity.

In order to qualify for the position, you must be a permanent US resident aged 21 and above. It is recommended
that you set up a separate bank account for the receivables service,
however, you may also use an existing account. Since most communication with your supervisor will be via
email/phone, you should have full-time access to these facilities.

To apply for this position or to make an inquiry, please email us at fastwiretransfer@hotmail.com

 Please use
the following vacancy code in the header of your email: RCUSA. Also, please do not forget to include your contact
information (phone and email) in your message.

FastWire company (LLc.)
Lenin str. 17, office 5
197337 , Saint Petersburg, Russia
Support department: +7 095 9230030 (Moscow, Russia)
Sales department +7 812 4738493 (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
+1 877 663-8309 (TOLL FREE, USA)

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