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Looking for partner from USA

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11-20-2011, 08:01 AM
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Hi there!

I'm looking for a partner from USA to receive payment for me ($50-$5000+)

You will take 10% for tax purpose and 15% as a partner!

And then send the rast amount (75%) to me. That's it!

This is a great opportunity to earn by minimal effort.

Condition: you have to be honest and friendly.

Mail me for details: sanchyclub@gmail.com

Thanks

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11-20-2011, 10:26 PM
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And how do you plan to pay?

I find this hard to be legit.

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11-23-2011, 05:34 AM
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Originally Posted by obay View Post
And how do you plan to pay?
It is the other way around.

You receive the payment on his behalf and then wire the amount with your commission already deducted.

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11-23-2011, 05:37 AM
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Not to rain on anyone's parade but this is a common scam in the banking world, he sends a cashier check/money order, you cash it/deposit it, send a portion back to him and after all of this the item you deposited/cashed returns on your account.

Unless he's wire transferring the money, that's really the only for sure guarantee.

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11-23-2011, 05:58 AM
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Russ, establish an X-day clearance period when the freeze is taken off the funds. If the check is legitimate, how can the transaction be cancelled?

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11-23-2011, 06:23 AM
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Russ, establish an X-day clearance period when the freeze is taken off the funds. If the check is legitimate, how can the transaction be cancelled?
Working in the banking industry, holds are more precautions, items can still be returned even after the hold. 30 day hold on a check, then it clears, he can technically file a fraud claim and have the check returned.

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If I understand, it is not an easy process to actually go through a claim of fraud. I would presume questions will be asked and proof has to be shown on what basis one would claim that..? Just trying to understand the reality of today's banking safety.

Are wires safe?

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11-28-2011, 05:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
If I understand, it is not an easy process to actually go through a claim of fraud. I would presume questions will be asked and proof has to be shown on what basis one would claim that..? Just trying to understand the reality of today's banking safety.

Are wires safe?
Wires are completely safe because the only way to recall a wire is if both parties agree to it, parties being the person who sent it and the person who received it.

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Interesting. Well, at first glance this seems to be a scam, but then again the fact that this person has a pretty active twitter account, active blog, portfolio, contact info and more, there's a chance it may not be a scam. Most scammers don't put themselves out there like that. I could be wrong, though.

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Originally Posted by The Rover View Post
Interesting. Well, at first glance this seems to be a scam, but then again the fact that this person has a pretty active twitter account, active blog, portfolio, contact info and more, there's a chance it may not be a scam. Most scammers don't put themselves out there like that. I could be wrong, though.
Maybe but to me I smelt scam a mile off.

I would not believe in this, nothing is for free, any idiot to do such thing deserves the pain

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