Whats this s**te all about?

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  1. Had this e-mailed to me today, sounds like a crock of shit to me, opinions??

    Why we need Payment Protection agents
    Having a Payment Protection agent in every country we can quickly transfer funds
    inside a country without wasting time on the international bank transfers, and
    continue our rapid growth rather than overwhelming our own bank account with
    inbound and outbound transactions leading to severe hold times and possible
    service interruption. It is time that is of significant importance to our

    Career and Benefits
    Your main task will be receiving money transactions to any bank account you
    would like to use for the purposes of this job; and then forwarding these
    transactions to the next party of the Payment Protection process according to
    our instructions. You will benefit from the commissions, which are 5-7% of each
    transaction and depend on the quantity of the completed transactions and the
    speed of your work. Besides, you will be paid a basic salary of 1500 GBP per

    For your convenience there will be no paychecks, your commission will remain in
    your account after every successfully completed transaction. The money transfer
    fee is not included in your commission, meaning that you will deduct it from the
    received amount, not from your commission. Also you receive 5-7% of the
    transaction amount. Normally the amounts that we process vary from 2,000 GBP to
    10,000 GBP, but can go higher on special occasions.

    Job details
    As the financial activity in your area is not too high, a Payment Protection
    agent will be processing approximately 1-2 transactions per week. Each
    transaction requires approximately 4-5 hours of the agent work. Our manager
    always calls the agent beforehand to provide all the instructions. Therefore,
    with the due time management, the agent is able to combine this job with other
    activities (e.g. primary job or studies).
  2. Money Laundering ?
  3. From Nigeria perhaps?
  4. As me, first impression is that it is dodgy
  5. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    Go for it bro!!! My brother took the risk (£500) and is now driving around in a merc. Things are going that gr8 for him, I'm thinking of joining and dumping my pension!

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