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Friday, October 31, 2008

The Japanese Bank



One out of five!

Vacancies of The Japanese Bank

Dear job seeker, after examining your resume we decided to invite you to work with our company as our administrative assistant. You will earn 2,000 GBP per month, working around 10-12 hours a week.

Japanese Bank executes the functions of pay agent of FGU "Fund of the mutual understanding and reconciliations" from August, 2006. During this period the bank made 523 thousand bank operations on payment of financial help amounts to almost 240 thousand citizens on sum total of over 400 million EUR. Funds for payments are given by the German fund "Memory, responsibility and future" and the Austrian fund "Reconciliation, world and collaboration". Funds were paid to the prisoners of concentration camps, to the forced workers of industry and agriculture and to other categories of recipients, and legal representatives of recipients too. Payments were opened more than in 7 thousand branches of Japanese Bank..

The Bank extends the team and at the present time announces new labor recruitment for the Bank Operator vacancy (charity department).

Qualification requirements:

Permanent registration
Home internet access
Telephone connection
Possibility to open a special bank account only for job
Desire to be in progress in a bank sphere

Main duties:

1. Conducting of transactions from corporate and physical persons interested in giving help anonymously (transfer from a sponsor); 2. Conducting of transactions to the funds or private individual that is helped; 3. Accounting.

Contract labor;
Credit agency report is upon request;
The salary is high;
Career development.


Company invites to collaboration the corporate clients on beneficial terms.
Details you can find out emailing us a letter, with a mark: "corporate form".

please reply only our personal email:

Best regards.

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,, etc., then why not forward the offending e-mail to, etc. Hopefully, they'll remove the e-mail address, which will stop people being sucked in.



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