Scam Emails Archive : Employment/Job

Subject: Work from home - high wages!

From: "Bradley Mayes" <>{SET:debug=51}

This email with the subject "Work from home - high wages!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 05 Nov 2006 07:09:07 -0800 and has been classified as a Employment/Job Scam.

The sender was "Bradley Mayes" <>{SET:debug=51}, although it may have been spoofed.

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FlowerLand International is looking for responsible    
The company:  
FlowerLand International is an American trading corporation.  
We specialize in all kinds of plants and decorative greenery that can be used for home    
or office. We are not a Multi-Level-Marketing corporation nor any similarity.  
You are never required to buy nor invest anything to work with Flowerland International.   
We are not a (MLM,Multi-Level-Marketing) organization nor any similarity.   
You are never required to buy nor invest anything to work with Flowerland International.    
This is an entry level opportunity in the field of financial services.  
- Really High Wages.  
- Ability to work at home.  
- Flexible shedule.  
- No sign up fees, no investment is needed.  
- All expenses such as phone calls, webtraffic, etc will be fully covered by our   
- Illness\Disability friendly team.  
- Basic knowledge of credit principles, banking services and operations.  
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously along with meeting deadlines.  
- Ability to work independently or in a team environment.  
- Having no problem with the Law.   
- Having a cellular phone.   
- Having a deep desire to achieve financial success.   
No degree required.  
HOW TO Start:  
Please send your resume to our personnel manager.  
It must be mailed in a TXT, MSWord, RTF or PDF format.   

Please write to the following email:

In order to receive our response, please provide us with your valid email address.

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