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Freelance Job - Cash Payment Daily $250 to $1200

Posted By: timangel

Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2015

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Gain Financial Freedom. We are Hiring.

Assignment Given Within 8 Hours From Interview!

(ADV) Invitation to join our social escort agency in Singapore

We are one of Singapore's leading discreet companion's agency with a large and varied client base.

We are looking for Office Executive, Ladies, Tertiary Students, Model, Ex-model or Any Ladies who are interested to join us.

This job gives good monetary rewards and also flexible working hours that suits to your convenience.

SMS / Call to (65) 91421612


== Minimum 18 Years old

== Plan your own working hours

== NO Experience needed

== Earn $250 to $1200 Per Hour

== Immediate Cash Payment after every hourly assignment

== Immediate Assignment within 8 hours of meeting us.

== Good security checks for safe identity. 100% discreet

If you are interested in working with us, simply

SMS / Call to (65) 91421612 (Contact By Phone For Faster Response)

If you prefer email please do forward a few clear pictures of yourself to

recruit @

with background information on yourself. Please send your information (such as height, weight, age and nationality).

We are a legally registered company in Singapore. Our company provides discreet companionship, social event escort, holiday or business trip overseas with our clients.
*Note: All Applicants Profile Will be Kept 100% Confidential (We Respect Your Privacy)

Freelance Job - Cash Payment Daily $250 to $1200

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