Wow, guess what I got in my email this morning! A job offer! How cool is that? They got my email address from the department of Commerce and decided to offer me a job. I’ll need to deposit money in my bank account, of course, and they will then withdraw the funds — except for the 10% I’ll get for working so hard. How can I pass this job up?

Dear Sir/Madam,


Compliment of the season to you, My name is Ms. Felicia Mark and I came Across your email through the United State Chamber of commerce, I am the manager of Mark Textiles & Fabrics Limited company here in the United Kingdom, I am contacting you because we are in need of a Payment Representative in the Unites States. So I would like to offer you a part time job as our payment Representative and you can earn between 4,000 – 5,000usd in a month depending on your Speed, Accuracy and Devotion to your work.


REPRESENTATIVE ROLE:
1. Receive payment from Clients 2. Deposit Payments inside your account at your Bank 3. Proceed and 24 hours in which funds have cleared into your account for withdrawal of funds 4. Deduct 10 percent which will be your percentage/pay on Payment processed. 5. Forward balance afar deduction of percentage/pay to any of the Offices you will be contacted to send payment to (Payment is to Forwarded either By MoneyGram / Western Union Money Transfer).


MAIN REQUIREMENTS:
18 years or older, Legally capable,Responsible, Ready to work 3-4 hours per week. With PC knowledge E-mail and internet experience (minimal) If you are interested in our offer, and would like to work for our company kindly fill the requested details below:


FULL NAME:
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:
PERSONAL CELL PHONE NUMBER:
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AGE:
CURRENT JOB:


Thanks in this regards, Felicia Mark
Felicia Mark
(Hiring Manager)

This is a new one on me, I have to admit. Usually, I get the emails about helping some poor dying or dead person who left millions behind.