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I received this email because my resume is posted on Monster. It is a scam!
|2013-07-02 23:46:43, |
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After reviewing your resume at the job website, we believe that you are a good fit for a FS Agent in our company. Our organization, registered and based in the United States (but widely recognized outside the country), is a provider of the best outsourcing software development services and solutions at the best rates. We provide our services to various onshore and offshore companies which are in need of quality software products. Two to three hours a day performing your duties over the Internet is sufficient for this position. There are no start-up or any other fees. The company covers all the fees related to the hiring process. Your starting salary will be $2,300 per month plus 8% commission from each transaction during the training period. Total income, given the current volume of clients, should be about $4,500 per month. After the training period, base salary will be $3,000 per month plus 8% commission. My goal is to spark your interest. Given the present economy, our position offers training, support and a pay scale comparable to an entry-level position requiring 40 hours per week. I hope you will explore, compare, and then contact me with your questions. Our representative will contact you within the next 48 hours. Thank You, HR Assistant