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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

China Metallurgical Company

 

Fraud. Don't you just get bored with these. But they keep coming so they must find a few mugs each time.

One out of five!

I am a legal representative of China Metallurgical Import and Export Company. They have requested that we -Grant Partners & Co Solicitors - act on their behalf in recruiting capable and dynamic Sales Advisers.
They specialize in exporting quality products at relatively low prices. We have been assigned the responsibility of helping them recruit Sales Advisers in Europe and North America. Due to the ever-increasing customer base in America,canada and Europe they are searching for (sales) representatives to assist in meeting the ever increasing customer demand for their products. Also it has been very difficult dealing with customers in this region from China because of both time difference and language barrier.Headquartered in Zhejiang China, we invite you to join China Metallurgical asa Representative. If you opt to join China Metallurgical as a Representative, your basic task will be Processing Orders and Receiving Paymentson behalf of China Metallurgical. Please note, in particular, that for every transaction processed, you will receive 10% of the total amount. You can learn more about us at:
www.allproducts.com/prc/cmiezhejiang/supplier.html.
If this proposal sounds interesting to you, then take the first big step and contact us at www.chinametallurgical@live.cn.com
or www.metallurgicalcomp@live.cn.com.

with thefollowing details
1. Your Name
2. Your Address
3. Your Telephone Number and Fax
4. Your Age
5.Occupation
6.Company Name


Our business development manager for your region will get in touch and discuss all the sales prospects with you as soon as we hear anything from you.
Yours truly,
Grant Young
Email :www.chinametallurgical@live.cn.com or
www.metallurgicalcomp@live.cn.com.

Important Notes :-

1. Whatever you do, do not respond to any e-mail like this. If you have given bank details to any fraudster like this, then inform your bank immediately and also make sure that you close the account.

2. If the e-mail mentions a well known e-mail address such as from gmail.com, live.com, yahoo.com etc., then why not forward the offending e-mail to abuse@gmail.com, abuse@live.com etc. Hopefully, they'll remove the e-mail address, which will stop people being sucked in.

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