Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following "work-at-home" email. Be aware of these offers. In most of these offers the real deal is that they send you a false check (that may be honoured in the first place) and you return 90% of it by Western Union. When the check after a while bounces, you have lost all the money you sent.
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From: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2007 7:38:55 PM
Subject: JOB OFFER (WORK FROM HOME)
My name is David James and I work with Cheap Fabrics we sells textile
andfabric material in London.We am looking for a representative in the
UnitedStates Of America And Canada who will be working for me as a
worker and We will be willing to pay 10% for every transaction, which
wouldn't affect your present state of work, someone who would help us
receive payments from our customers in the states,
You are entitled to 10% commission for any transaction
get back to me with this details if inrested
Via the following email contact below:
Mr David James
Director of Cheap fabrics.
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