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Rack2 POS & Inventory Software Offer!

Scam Email received June 15, 2018 from lycod2001@hotmail.com

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Rack2 POS & Inventory Software Offer!

Rack2 POS & Inventory Software Offer! – lycod2001@hotmail.com

** Rack2 POS & Inventory Software for Guyana Market ** Business Owners,* Are you finding it difficult to keep track of your Inventory & Stock? * Is Re-Ordering Stock a laborious task? * Is it Time consuming to calculate your daily/monthly Sales? * Can’t keep track of Customer Account Balances? * Are you having difficulty generating Accurate Financial reports & VAT reports? * Do you have Multiple Business Locations? * Do you want to increase Accountability, Productivity & save Time?Introducing Rack2 POS, an Inventory & Point of Sale Software designed specially for the Guyana Market that will help you boost Sales, improve Efficiency, Accountability, Productivity and save you Time! Call us today to setup a risk-free Demo of our Software. Don’t just take our word for it, TEST & MEASURE the results for yourself with a FREE Software Trial. Mention this email when you call and get a complementary Software Needs Assessment Diagnostic done on your Business! >>C (http:// https://computingcore.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=49f85d7a17586e7d7a2036e8c&id=89a83302ac&e=dd190a00d2) LICK HERE TO LEARN MORE (http:// https://computingcore.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=49f85d7a17586e7d7a2036e8c&id=12f5ede546&e=dd190a00d2) Visit Our Website (http:// https://computingcore.us17.list-mana lycod2001@hotmail.com

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