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From: Recruitment Officer <mailto:motorservices2007@gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 8:12 PM
Subject: Job Offer

RAC Motoring Services (RACMS)
8 Surrey Street, Norwich, NR1 3NG, United Kingdom
Good day,

This is an email from Rac Plc in United Kingdom; Our Company is currently
looking for a representative in the United States and Canada, who will help us
establish a new distributing network to receive payment from our clients that
brought goods from us and collect their outstanding bills which they owe the

Terms and Condition:

1. To receive payments from the clients

2. Cash payment at your bank.

3. Deduct 10%, which will be your percentage/pay for your services and work.

4. Forward balance after deduction of your percentage/pay to any of 
the offices
you will be directed to send the funds left.

For Example you receive a payment of $2000.00USD, You deduct your income
$200.00USD, Send to us: 1800.00USD and you pay the cost of sending from the
$1800.00 or from the money left with you after deducting your income.

If you are interested, we would require your: Full Name Home Address 
City, State
and Zip code Telephone Number (s), Also provide us details of where 
you work and
your position in your work place.

Regards and await your response,

James Warwick.
RAC Motoring Services (RACMS)


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