Is this “payments processing” job legal? I’m scared i’ll be a money muel..?
Wujin Speedboat Factory is a well-established Asian company.
We have two boat factories that we own and operate – one located in China
and the other located in Vietnam. Our company is engaged in boat building,
yacht designing, boat accessories importing and exporting. Our sales
representatives operates across the US, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia,
Russia and Argentina.
The task of the “Processing Assistant” is to process payments between our
clients and our company, in particular, to manage cash and balance receipts,
follow up on accounts, preparing brief summary reports and weekly financial
reports. The job is related to remote operations, so you should have strong
self-management skills. Every payment order will be accompanied with
The payment for your work will be base salary US$2000 per month + 5% sales
commission. Prices for our production varies from US$2000 to US$18000, so
you can expect US$3500+ monthly. You should send received payments to our
company via International Money Order Systems(depends on your location). All
transaction fees will be paid by us. We will inform you about the payments
sent to your account by phone or email (as you prefer).
Successful applicants are offered the position on a probationary period
basis (1 month). This is the period when a new employee will be trained and
receive online support while working with pay. A personal supervisor can
recommend termination during/after the trial period depending on agent’s
activity. New employee should be responsible and strictly follow
supervisor’s recommendations to pass the Probationary Period successfully
and be employed by us on a regular basis.
You may apply this job position if you are already employed. It
wouldn’t take more than 2-4 hours per day.
Persons accepted for this job should follow these instructions:
1. Collect local payments in bank account;
2. Deduct your sales commission from the payment amount;
3. Send remaining amount to our manager via international money order
systems(specified with every payment);
4. Email transaction details to our manager;
5. Prepare weekly financial report in Excel or CSV file;
6. Prepare sales analysis report monthly in free form.
Thank you for reading this document,
Wujin HR department.
It is a scam
on your own contact the company and they will tell you it is a scam.
And who is going to pay all the taxes on the money you collect, local, state, federal, you would be liable for the entire amount not just your commission.
If in doubt talk to your local banker. I got one of these offers took it to the bank, they checked it out for me.
These people get hold of letter heads and business cards and make it sound really legal. Well it is not.
What Career Concentration will Earn the most Money?
I live in Vancouver Canada
3.International Business Management
I want a good job in Canada for same filed.
Why currency management is never debated in any public political debate?
The supreme position of US Dollar being the pivot currency in international trade has allowed the US governement to be the only government in the world to print money in order to finance its own deficit. This situation may not last forever as UN has started to advocate international currency and supported by China, Germany and many other countries. Why I have never heard any open debate on this topic from politicians?
It is being asked. But right now, healthcare has been pushed into the limelight. The closely-related deficit is also being argued over, but right now everyone is just trying to make sure socialism isn’t forced on them in the form of medicine. That is an issue which may resolve in a matter of months. Currency management is a long-term issue, which will probably be brought back up once healthcare reform is either enacted or killed.
What questions should an ethical Management Consulting company be able to answer?
I’ve never worked with a consultant before. My company was contacted by International Profit Associates to do an analysis. What are good questions to ask to make sure all is on the up and up, and so that I get my money‘s worth?
Is it ok to ask for references and be able to call them? What experience and education should I expect the analyst to have?
Thanks for the help.
Be wary – Remember who called who.
Which of these two jobs have more superiority in england and better money?
business and management….or…..politic and international relation? Which one also has more respect? please give detail.
Also dont bother to say thier totally different or other stuff like that. i know that already. just answer the question please
I think that if you want to stand out from the crowd and maybe become a celebrity or VIP you should better go for politics.
Why do people still label our country a capitalist country?
“A system of capitalism presumes sound money, not fiat money manipulated by a central bank. Capitalism cherishes voluntary contracts and interest rates that are determined by savings, not credit creation by a central bank. It’s not capitalism when the system is plagued with incomprehensible rules regarding mergers, acquisitions, and stock sales, along with wage controls, price controls, protectionism, corporate subsidies, international management of trade, complex and punishing corporate taxes, privileged government contracts to the military-industrial complex, and a foreign policy controlled by corporate interests and overseas investments. Add to this centralized federal mismanagement of farming, education, medicine, insurance, banking and welfare. This is not capitalism!”
Have no fear. Obama will soon introduce a bill that officially changes the name of this country to the Socialist Republic of United States.
Journalism or International Business?
So confused! I need to pick my final year of uni and the two options are a world apart yet I find both as interesting… Any advice on what might be the best course to take? :
BA (Hons) International Business and Management
-Contemporary Issues in Management
-International Marketing Management
-Starting a Business
BA (Hons) Journalism
-Advanced Practical Journalism – Print (Sub-Editing, Design and Layout)
-Advanced Practical Journalism – Broadcast (Creating a Radio News Bulletin, Packaged News Report and Documentary Feature)
-Media Law and Ethics
-Photography and Visual Journalism
Really not sure what i want to do. I would find the journalism course VERY interesting, however I know that the chances of succeeding in journalism and ever earning any money are slim.
I do also want to immigrate to another country (like australia) through business sponsorship, and I can’t help but think international business would be good for this…
head or heart, head or heart…. ?
Can’t do both as they are two separate courses at different uni’s
Double major – if you’re torn between both, take the time and do the double major. You can ALWAYS use the int’l business degree no matter what you do. But if you love journalism, then do both.
Which place is better for an American to move to England , Ireland, or Scotland?
I recently graduated from graduate school with a degree in international management and undergrad in hospitality and tourism management and international studies and would like to work in a hotel, eventually being hotel manager. It has always been my dream to move to europe, especially Ireland, because I am 75% irish and have always had dreams of moving to the land of my ancestors, however, I have asked other questions about Ireland and people have told me some unpleasant things about Ireland.. such as.. that crime is crazy over there, it’s extremely expensive and is no longer the ireland from The Quiet Man, which can be seen as both positive and negative.I believe that England is great, but I know that we are not at the top of the love list for the english and I was wondering if I would be able to fit in there?Out of Scotland, Ireland and England, which gives you the best house for your money?I’m looking for an acceptling place that is friendly, care-free with many veg options.Thanks!
Crime is not that high, there is a gang problem in Dublin and Limerick, but Cork and Galway are unaffected and rural areas are very peaceful and safe. You are still safer in Ireland than in the UK or US.
It is expensive but wages match that. Our tax regime is also different from that of the US and other countries, luxuries are taxed heavily and we have a “Sales Tax” called VAT of 21% on goods and 13.5% on services. But our Mean Income Tax is 25% but changes depending what you earn.
Ireland is now a High-tech country and our main exports are pharmaceutical and IT, most computers in the EU are made in Ireland.
Tourism season starts in March and ends in September and we get tourists from many countries, Australia and New Zelanders are quiet common especially on the west coast, but due to the falling dollar less Americans may come to Ireland.
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