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Evo con .... seriously

I get the need for startups to hire interns and pay lower wages.  I even get the need for them to delay payments. But blockchain has created some serious scams and brought out the con artists galore.  Or worse these people are just plain terrible to even think of working for ....

I mean what incentives would someone with real contacts and experience have here ?  They basically are doing what the founders should be doing.  Evochain scam. Seriously. 

Here is the post ....

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Professional Fundraiser


EvoChain

Silicon Valley, CA

$90,000 - $160,000 a year


Commission

We are a private blockchain startup . We are looking to raise seed capital for our startup. We are in need of experienced fundraisers. The position starts out as commissions only, and works it self into a position of salary after you've proven your ability to secure investments. We are a rising company and are looking to hire immediately. Your job will be to fund raise a significant amount for our Company.


**Experience/education and investor contacts are a must.**

Contact us today and please provide your resume with cover letter.

This position REQUIRES a FINRA Series 7 securities license and US citizenship or authorization to work in the United States. This is a remote position that requires you to secure private placement investment into EvoChain Inc., for which you will be compensated a commission.

Job Type: Commission

Salary: $90,000.00 to $160,000.00 /year

Experience:

fundraising: 5 years (Preferred)


License:

FINRA Series 7 (Required)


Work authorization:

United States (Required)


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