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Post by LoTec »

date: Nov 11, 2020, 10:34 AM
subject: Re: Be my representative,

Dear Sir,

We are currently seeking for certified business expatriate to represent our firm in your region.Take advantage of this offer while it last This is an official request for a payment collection agent on behalf of Rich Resources Steel Tube (H.K) Company. We are an iron and steel company with principal business in steel manufacturing and trading.

We are looking for a payment collection agent in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe and UK. Salary is 5% of every payment you receive from our customers. All charges such as tax and transfer charges will be deducted from the balance 95%. Details of your account are not needed in this transaction.

Note: Even if you have a present job, you can still be part of our business as your service to us would not disturb your working hours at all.

If you are interested in this transaction, forward your contact
information to my email for further directives.

(1)Your Full names:
(2)Your Complete Address:
a. City:
b. State:
c. Zip code:
d. Country:
(3)Tele/cell numbers:

On behalf of Rich Resources Steel Tube (H.K) Company, Please accept my
sincerest appreciation in advance for your willingness to be our payment
collection agent, as we look forward to your prompt response to our
request.Send your response to Email:

Thank you,

Mr.Chao Hui.
Chao Hui International Recruitment
Consultant Guangdong Hengjian Investment Holdings Co.,Ltd
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