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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Mr > From: Stephen Morgan <sttmorg@sify.com>
> Subject: GET PAID FROM HOME {Part or Full-Time} APPLY NOW
> To: sttmorg@sify.com
> Date: Saturday, September 6, 2008, 8:46 PM
> Hello,
> Would you like to work online from home even if you
> don't have a job now and get paid weekly
> without affecting your present job, just in case you have
> one?
> Ecplaza Ltd U.K. needs a book-keeper/representative in
> the USA, so we want to know if you would like to work
> online from home and get paid without leaving or affecting
> your present job just in case you have one now.
> If you are interested, respond immediately by sending:
> 1. Your full names
> 2. Complete Address with APT/Unit/Suite number where
> available, City,
> State & Zip Code (Not P.O. Box)
> 3. Telephone and fax numbers
> Warmest Regards,
> Stephen Morgan
> Ecplaza Ltd
> United Kingdom.

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