Hi, Good tidings to you as you read. I am Mr. Kingsley Brent and I own a company based on Chinese and African textile and fabric material in UK (Brent Fabrics), I am in search for a trustworthy representative in USA, UK that can help as a link between me and my clients over there. I would like to know if you are interested in working from home for us. Urgently I need a representative in the States, that will work on-line from home and get paid weekly without leaving or affecting your present job. My Company produces various clothing materials, batiks, assorted fabrics and traditional costumes. We have clients we supply weekly in the US, Canada, UK, and some other parts of europe, and my clients make payments for our supplies every week in form of money orders or cashiers check which are not readily cashable outside the US, UK or Canada. You are to receive payments from my patronizing customers on my behalf. We are searching for representatives who can help us establish a medium of getting to our customers in America/Canada as well as making payments through you as our payment officer. It is upon this note that we seek your assistance to stand as our representative in your country. Note that, as our representative, you will receive 10 Percent of whatever amount you clear for the company and the balance will be paid into our account in which we will avail to you. Please, to facilitate the conclusion of this transaction if accepted, do send promptly by email the following: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Your Full Names: 2. Your Address: 3. State/Zip Code: 4. Your Age: 5. Occupation: 6. Marital Status: 7. Direct Contact Telephone Number. Thank you, and I hope to hear from you soonest. Best regards, Kingsley Brent. 22 Blackstone Road London, NW2 6DA UK (44)721 113 9142
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