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From: TANG LEE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 9, 2007 10:28:17 PM
Subject: REPRESENTATIVES REQUIRED URGENTLY
the Tokyo seek for someone who can serve as an in-country
Agent/Representative who will be serving as a link between us and our
customers within that province.
It is upon this note that we are writing you this mail to seek your
assistance in representing our company in your locality as our
Note that as an Agent/Representative of our company, you will be
entitled to 10% of any amount you receive from customers on behalf of
the company as payments for outstanding debts or goods.
You shall also be paid $6000 as a monthly salary after three months of
transacting with us.
Send promptly via email the basic requirements provided underneath to
commence registration processes:
(1) Your full names,
(2) Contact address and Poster address and State/Country.
(3) Phone numbers.
IF INTERESTED,RESPONSE TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS AT:
(Foreign Transaction Officer)
CHUGAI PHARMACEUTICAL IMPORT/EXPORT.
Freight Fwdg. Svcs.
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