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    Mark Nelson, Global Sources Suppliers.

    Hello Applicant,
    Global Sources Suppliers is in search of a Office Manager/book-keeper/company representative in the United States. Please take your time to read our job description.

    About US
    Global Sources Suppliers creates a medium that link suppliers and buyers, we source for buyers and suppliers within and outside the United States at the same time, in other for us to link them and make profits. On every transaction made through our administration's linking, we have a 20% profit. We are constantly on the move organizing Seminars to bring buyers and suppliers together and that is why an Office Manager is needed to complete billings, invoicing and transactions to make this medium effective.
    This position offers you 10% of processed transactions as they are steady and continuous with an average transaction amount of $10,000. You can handle as many as 3 transactions in a week as most payment are made install-mentally. The pay is great enough to encourage you to work hard and efficiently while it's more than enough for us to stay in business. I travel a lot and when a buyer wants to make a purchase, he/she has to hold-on till I return to place an order.
    This create a long term effect on customers and this gives them the ability to start sourcing for suppliers on their own The best form of payment used are Business checks and direct bank transfers as they are guaranteed funds and are confirmed and readily available on the spot.They are not the only means used but they are the best for this process. Most of the buyers we work with are those we have previously handled successful transactions with, new buyers are verified and confirmed before the linking process occurs.
    The mode of operation goes thus; You will be receiving transaction payments from verified buyers which will be mailed via secured courier services, You will have this payment processed and have the processed payment transferred to the suppliers/vendors or directly to the company.
    Your pay is 10% of the amount received from the buyer and all charges during processing will be deducted from the 90% balance This makes your pay a fixed 10% of the total amount processed. You can handle as much as 3 or more transactions per week and on 3 transactions you're sure of earning nothing less than $3,000 weekly.
    The working hours are flexible as all you will be doing is processing of transaction payments and completing the transaction to the suppliers. You will be required to check your e-mail regularly for transaction updates. Working with me will also not disturb your other jobs, (If you have any) as I require that applicant only have easy access to the internet so as to be easily reachable and respond/carry out instructions sent to them efficiently. Kindly read out our frequently asked questions

    (FAQ)
    1. Do I have to pay money to get this Job or spend my money in completing it in anyways?
    No! You don't pay a cent to work.
    2. Is there a training period?
    No, it is a description of duties.
    3. Do you send a W2 form or a 1099 form for tax purposes?
    No, all transaction payments are pre-taxed.
    4. Do I contact the buyers, vendors/suppliers or both?
    No, you do not. Contacting buyers and vendors require you to have been working for us for at least 6months.
    5. Is the number of transactions I can handle limited to 3(three) in a week?
    Your efficiency will determine if you will be able to handle more.
    6. Is there a pay review or the pay is fixed at 10% permanently?
    Over time and transactions, highly efficient assistants get to partner with us, not in rights but in pay as we adjust and conform to a 10% per transaction pay structure.
    7. Do I handle actual goods paid for, mailings or receive anything in the mail aside the payments sent to me for processing?
    No, all you do is to process transaction payments from buyers and direct to the right department (Vendor/Supplier).

    However, you will be required to show your continued interest in this position by sending the following information.

    Full Name:
    Mailing Address {No P o box}:
    City:
    State:
    Zip Code:
    Mobile Phone #:
    Home Phone #:
    Age:
    Alternative Contact e-mail address:
    Best Regards.

    Mark Nelson
    Administrative Department.
    Global Sources Suppliers
    410 Garnet Court
    New Lenox, IL 60451
    www.globalsources.com
    Copyright © 2008 Global Sources Suppliers™


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    3. Do you send a W2 form or a 1099 form for tax purposes?
    No, all transaction payments are pre-taxed.
    Stupid idiot thinks he has asked a clever question but he doesn't know a thing about U.S. taxes.
    "If the law can do nothing we must take the risk ourselves...I am not the law but I represent justice..."- Sherlock Holmes

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    JCamm

    Angry Received this rediculous email

    I received the above check transaction email as well. I really wonder how any individual could fall for this scam. However, the sad truth is that way too many people do. People that create these scams and carry them out really need to be found and prosecuted to the full extent of the law and beyond!

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    Devi
    Hi, I've received the email from Global Sources as well. I've been trying to figure out if it is a scam, it seems like one. What do they do? Do they eventually ask you for money?

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    @ Devi. It's a fake check scam. They want to send a check to you, you deposit it, wire them money and then the check bounces.

    More at: http://antifraudintl.org/showthread.php?t=3631
    "blessed is the hand that grivets."
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