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Orocess Judgments from your casa

From: felice burns <>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 11:12:25 +1200
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Hello Tom,

I found you just in time because I was let go from my employment I held for what seemed like forever.

Its hard to thank you enough for starting me in this new profession. You have given me a brand new start on life. Already taking home twice as much as I realized in my old job.

I took delivey of a new Jag. Taking home 150,000US in 18 months. Really having a great time in this career. It is exciting and I am a hero to the judges and to my clientele. What an outstanding profession to be in.

Carefully following exactly what your training recommends me to do, is proceeding better than I ever dreamed possible. I go to the local court house and locate all of the clientele I can handle.

I take advantage of your advanced reporting services to find all items which can be garnished. Using your fill in the blank forms I send them thru the post office to the appropriate firms. Then the funds arrive to my PO Box. Its like magic. Every day is like Christmas.

I can take a holiday when ever I have the notion to do so. Germany and China this year.

Please provide this letter to others. This profession is so massive it needs many more of us assisting the courts and the people who have been hurt.

Eva A. NJ

This may well be you!

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But he said nothing to any of the family about it, fearing to meet with opposition. He passed the evening in the sitting-room, in company with his father and mother and sisters, and even controlled his impatience to the extent of playing a game of carom with Nell; but he grew so nervous and impatient at last that his sister gave up the game in disgust and left him to his own amusementb08 Received on Tue May 30 2006 - 18:12:25 CDT

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