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You should rethink that Aces up job...sm

Posted By: nn on 2008-07-11
In Reply to: Try AcesUP, we are drowning in work and have- sm -

These people have almost 100% VR...they work with Focus, and they mainly have work only in the evenings.  They will switch you from account to account.  I doubt if she even has her own accounts.

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