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Bill of Lading...

From: Maersk Line <EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED>

Date: 06/29/20

Subject: 

 

Dear <UA EMPLOYEE NAME REMOVED,

Hope my email finds you well,

At the request of our customer,kindly find attached Shipping document and Draft of Bill of Lading issued specifically to this email <PERSONAL INFO REMOVED>
Please note that some details are hidden for confidentiality purpose. Full details in attached.
The shipping document can be downloaded from the file below

Kindly ensure it is okay.


Sincerely,
Maersk Line

Your Cox Information Guide is Here

From: Ashley at InfoCrunch

Date: 06/29/20

Subject: 

 

Hi Kristine,

Thanks for requesting the Cox Communication guide, you can access your free guide to remote success here — <LINK REMOVED>

It's safe to say we're all feeling the effects of COVID-19 — including the way we work. Explore the key tools and tips needed to build a successful remote workforce.

Cheers,
Ashley — Content Manager
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[EXT]Representative Opening

From: AGATHE BON <REMOVED EMAIL>
Date: Monday, June 29, 2020
Subject: [EXT]Representative Opening
 
External Email
Hello
The position of a representative for PCC has been offered to you, Kindly respond for further information.
Respectfully,
<REMOVED NAME>
C/O
PCC Group

[EXT]Re:

From: <UA STAFF> <REMOVED EMAIL>
Date: Saturday, June 27, 2020
Subject:[EXT]Re: 

External Email

I need your assistance! 


<REMOVED UA STAFF NAME>  
<REMOVED POSITION>

Sent from iPad 

FW: [EXT][SPAM?] Task

I'll need you run a quick task, let me


know if you're unoccupied



Thanks
<Name Removed>

[EXT]Fwd: Quick Task

Are you free to get a quick task done?
 

[EXT]Fwd: Quick Task

Are you free to get a quick task done?
 

06/24/2020 - [EXT]**PART-TIME JOB OFFER FOR STUDENT**

From: University Office for Students <Removed Email>

Date: Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Subject: [EXT]**PART-TIME JOB OFFER FOR STUDENT**

 

External Email

Hello,

I'm Dr. James, Clinical Counselor for the Department of Disability
Resources and Educational Services (DRES). We provide support to
students with disabilities registered with DRES. You have received
this email to be considered for an offer from the University Office
for Students with Disabilities to work with me.

This employment takes an hour a day and 2 times a week for $320.00
weekly. You will only Mail letters and purchase some Items when
needed. I am currently away, helping the disabled students in
Australia.

To be considered for this position, reply with these information:

Full Name:
Age:
Current Residential Address,
Alternate email:
Phone no:

Sincerely,
Dr James.
Clinical Counselor
Disability Resources and Educational Services(DRES)

06/24/2020 - [EXT]JOB EMPLOYMENT

From: Ava E. <Removed Email>

Date: Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Subject: [EXT]JOB EMPLOYMENT


Our Team Virtual Admin Assistant in your location for only flexible 4 hours per week and get paid $200 weekly. Your duties are to make; Suppliers payment, Tracking Raw Materials, and supplies (online) to ensure on-time delivery of Products to Bookstores, Libraries/customers when needed. You will be paid in advance for all tasks and purchases to be done as a Company Representative, Fill orders on Excel Sheet,
 
 If you are interested in this offer, get back to us with your full name, personal email, and phone#  to provide you with the JOB DESCRIPTION. Thanks
 
<Removed Name>,
Human Resources Dept,
 

06/24/2020 [EXT]I Reduced My Cost of Tuition—and You Can, Too

From: Nicholas Archambault <Email Removed>

Date: Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Subject: [EXT]I Reduced My Cost of Tuition—and You Can, Too


External Email

Hey <Removed Name>,
 
My name is Nicholas and I'm a rising senior at Yale. As a college student, I know how stressful it is to face the burden of student debt after graduation. I'm reaching out to let you know about a great opportunity to graduate with little or no debt. TuitionRelief is a nonprofit startup aiming to give away over $10 million in scholarships to college students this year.
 
Registering with Tuition Relief is like applying—in a single step—to thousands of scholarships sponsored by individuals, families, and corporations that have pledged their time and money to alleviating America's student debt crisis. The average scholarship per recipient is $10,000, and all you have to do to become eligible is fill out a brief profile.  Make sure to use the promo code “June10” to get $10 off the $30 registration fee.

You'll be matched to a scholarship based on criteria such as your hometown, area of study, GPA or first-generation status, and funds will be deposited directly to your college or university. If you are not matched your first year, you will remain in the applicant pool for another year-long cycle.
 
Tuition Relief is awarding one scholarship per week for eight weeks as part of our Official Summer Scholarship Giveaway. By signing up this summer, you can increase your chances of selection for a $10,000 scholarship from an applicant pool that is not yet full. Check out the reactions of our first two winners, Jimmy Strickland, and Annai Cuvelier.
 
The days of filling out 50 applications for 50 different scholarships are over. This model represents the future of debt elimination for generations of graduates to come.

You can find more information about Tuition Relief and our platform here.
 
I hope you're staying safe and well. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions!
 
Best,
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