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#385868 by Troy Platt Wed May 15, 2019 8:03 am
From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2019 11:29:46 +0100
Subject: Representative required

Hello ,
I am Neville Devir, a financial consultant with APZ Global Trust,
formerly residing in California, US but now based in London, UK.
I presently work with a Paymaster who is licensed to receive and
transfer funds for and on behalf of individuals and corporate bodies
globally. Can you be our payment representative?
The Paymaster wants a payment representative in the United States for
most of the supplies made to US companies by some of our registered
suppliers/partners based in the Canada, UK and Europe because most of
those companies that have received supply from our partners take
advantage of our not having an agent in the US to delay payments.
So it is our consideration that with you and your reputation as our
payment representative in US, every client directed to send his
payment to you will comply much easily knowing that you are based
there in the US. Most of the payments come by wire transfer and
certified checks for our record purposes.
Most importantly, please note that before any payment will be directed
to your account, that payment must be verified by the paymaster and
his bankers to be clean and without any encumbrance and details of the
paying customers will be given to you for record purposes.
This is the reason why the Paymaster has requested me to help in
getting a trusted person to facilitate payments and receive such
payment on behalf of his partners for a compensatory service
commission of 10% of whatever amount is paid through you. Can you
handle this for us and take your percentage? What is the limit you can
handle at a time?
I assure you that there is absolutely nothing to worry about in this
business because I have done several businesses with the Paymaster in
the past and all ended successfully hence this new opportunity.
Please let me have your opinion and your details if you can handle
this together.

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