Hello everyone. This is my first posting here so if this topic is in the wrong place please accept my apologies. I received an email tonight with the promise of work using my PC. Here is the blurb... When the prospective client intends to buy our products or services he signs a contract and sends an international wire from his local bank. The central problem of our activity in UK is the prolonged duration of funds transfers from our clients to us. As a result our client waits from one week to over month until his transfer reaches our account and our Managers give an order to ship products to a customer. 1. Our customer (located in your area) informs us about his wish to buy specified products or services.. 2. We supply our client with your contact details and he transfers funds directly to you (cheque sent to postal address specified by you or via bank transfer to your bank account). You inform us the moment the funds arrive. 3. We immediately give an order to ship products to the customer. In most cases this will allow us to ship client's order on the same or next business day. 4. You then transfer the client??™s funds to our bank account (or follow other transferring methods as will be stated in your instructions). Let me know if anyone has heard of something like this before and if I should avoid/ go for it. Seems dodgy to me but you never know. If someone sends money to me and then I send it to 'the company' I am the sole contact should things go wrong!!! Thanks in advance John P.S There are no fees for starting, just a form to fill in.