Part-time job vacancy
"Digitals Planet Co." <>
Wed, 02 Nov 2005 17:45:28 -0500
If you want to start a successful career in on-line sales right now without any
entrance fees, without buying goods or involving other people than this is a
chance for you.
If you want to start a successful carrier in financial sphere without financial
related education or special experience this is your chance too.
Digitals Planet Co. (www.digitalsplanet.com), one of the leaders in on-line
business in the USA is happy to make a proposal to you to apply for one of the
open remit manager positions. This is unique proposal because while examining
you as applicant only your criminal records and credit history will be looked
through. All it will require from you is to check your e-mail several times per
day and to have a valid bank account or just open a new one.
The main duty of remit manager?s job is to receive funds from our clients on
his personal or corporate bank account with future remittance to our company.
Manager gets 5% from every remittance. So every manager of Digitals Planet Co.
has an opportunity to get extra 800-900 USD per week.
Digitals Planet Co. opened that position because of new more effective sales
strategies. The activity of remit managers helps company to sells good faster
Digitals Planet Co. has already got the network of remit managers working in
USA worldwide. Now company conducts a recruiting company for remit managers in
Australia, New Zealand and EU countries.
Please send your emails of interest to and you will be
sent the detailed job description and you can ask also for application form.
Also if you are interested in Digitals Planet Co. on-line sales activity you
can refer our website www.digitalsplanet.com.
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