>From: "John Lucas" <email@example.com>
>Subject: LUCAS CRAFT
>Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 10:22:30 -0500 (CDT)
>My name is John Lucas and I own a company that sells textile and fabric
>material in the united kingdom, I am looking for a representative in the
>United States Of America who will be working for me as a representative
>in the u.s.a and i will be willing to pay 10% for every transaction,
>which wouldn't affect your present state of work, someone who would help
>me receive payments from my customers in the states, I mean someone that
>is responsible ,fast and reliable, because the cost of coming to the
>state and getting payments is very expensive.
>I am working on setting up a branch in the state, so for now i need a
>representative in the United States Of America who will be handling the
>payment aspect for our company.These payments are in order of money
>orders and cashier's checks and they would come to you in your name if
>you are willing to assist as a representative, so all you need do is cash
>the money order/cashier checks deduct your percentage and western union
>Charges then wire the rest back.
>You are entitled to 10% commission for any transaction(that is for any
>MONEY ORDERS or CASHIER's CHECK ).This transaction is risk free and
>legal. Please reply only if you will like to work from home part-time and
>get paid weekly without leaving or it affecting your present job. Do you
>have a checking account?
>Please get back to me with your Complete information
>2. full Residential Address/state/zipcode
>3. direct Telephone Number.
>6. Marital status
>7. email address
>8. do you have an account?
>9. have you done this before?
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