Miss Young

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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Subject: Resume Recieve.
Date: Monday, July 7, 2008, 5:55 AM


164, Ilderton Road,

London SE15 1NT,


TEL/FAX: +44 207 691 9335

DATE: 7th July, 2008

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am in receipt of your resume sent to our office by email and have commenced the process of having you accredited as our sales and payment representative in the United States as soon as we complete the accreditation process, we will have your name and contact details sent to a couple of customers informing them that they can make payments to you, introducing you to them as our new payment representative. They might contact you before they make payment to you. Do notify us when they contact you and let us know the amount that they will be sending you for record purposes.

As earlier mentioned, you will be running this business from your location (office or home office). It simply entails you receiving payments from our customers on our behalf. Once you receive payment, we will then instruct you on how to process the funds and send it to our export office in London after deducting your 5% commission. Your monthly salary of $5,000 will commence after concluding two transactions for us.

Please do acknowledge the receipt of this mail.

Thank you for your cooperation

Mr. John Baker

Assistant General Manager


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