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Potential Employee, Great Work Proposal

From: Pxxxxxr Hxxxxe <pxxxxxxxxxxxe@gmail.com>
Subject: Potential Employee, Great Work Proposal
Date: November 19, 2013 at 7:23:38 AM EST
To: <editor@americandiplomacy.org>

Hello Dear Candidate,

We have received your lead from a staffing agency. Based on the information provided, we believe that you might be a good candidate for this part-time position.

We are a small independent company located in United Kingdom. The main field of our business is IT outsourcing services, including the search of clients for potential employees and matching the most ideal candidate for each company's request.

This is a part-time position with a flexible schedule, requiring you to commit to 2 to 3 hours a day from your home in a telecommuting capacity, staying in contact and receiving all your tasks on-line.

During the training period, you'll be paid GBP 1,500 a month. In addition, you'll keep 8% from every financial transfer processed. Total income, considering the current volume of clients, can be up to GBP 4,500 per month depending on your effort and dedication to the training. After you successfully pass the training period, base salary will be increased up to GBP 3,000 per month. Furthermore, you may ask for extra hours or even a full-time job.

I hope you'll find interest in this part-time position. Please feel free to ask me any questions at xx.xxx.2013.xxxxxxx@gmail.com.

To expedite the communication process, please fill in the required information below:

===FORM===FORM===
Forename: _____________________
Surname:________________________
Country of residence:______________________
Contact phone:________________________
Preferred call time:_____________________
===FORM===FORM===

Sincerely yours,

Cxxxxa Sxxxxxd


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