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Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 2:40 PM
Subject: EASY JOB OFFER FOR YOU
I am Mr chris smith and I own a company Based on Chinese elctrical fittings in Hong kong. I'm in search of a Trustworthy representative in USA that can help as a link between me and my clients over there. I would like to know if you are interested to work from home for us ZHONGSHAN MFG LTD CO.
You would be entitled to ten percent(10%) of any payments recieved by you on our behalf
Hope to get a favourable reply soonest with the following details:
Last name :
Full Address :
Date of birth :
Are you employed/self employed?
Do you have a checking account?Bank name
Best means of communication?email/phone
I will need this information from you for my record
Thanks and God bless.
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