We are the Internet marketing providers for advertisers and publishers. Our branch of company was opened at Baltic States two months ago. All information about us you can see at www.nextleveluk.com Now we hire people for free-lance work. You can combine it with your full-time work. Defined location has no importance. You do not need any funds for work with us, this is not a nigerian scam! It is requires from you 1-2 hours usually in the morning two or three times a week. Work is concluded in following: necessary to receive money from our clients to your bank account and resend money to us via Western Union. Your salary is 10% which get from received money (the average amount is 5000 USD). There are two ways to do money transfers between our clients and us: bank wires and Western Union transfers. Bank transactions to Baltic States are taking a long time. So our business is based on Western Union money transfers. It is simple and fast. We want to hire additional human resources to process more deals. The client will wire his money to you. Then you have to go to the bank and withdraw funds. After take your 10% from amount and go to Western Union office with remaining cash, send it to us. Western union fee will be on us. It will be discounted from the money that you receive. You can earn up to 1000 - 3500 USD per week if you do 1-2 transfers daily. We also have a special offer for companies. If you have a desire to co-operate with us send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org Our manager answer you in the same day and send the contract for a partial employment. If you have any questions - feel free to contact us. Jeremy Wayland Next Level. http://www.nextleveluk.com email: email@example.com
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