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    A few years ago, Adam Mindlin had a vision. He saw a company based purely on profit... But it was more than that, much more. His idea was to create a global network of agents. These agents would stop at nothing to gain maximum profit in the minimum possible time. Adam was quick to discover the Internet was more than vulnerable. He had found his path to success. Morality was of little concern to him, as for the past 8 years, Adam and his rapidly growing team of agents have been operating from the shadows.

    One day you come across a public notice. This agency, 'Mindlink' are looking for new agents. You are highly intriqued by this 'organization'... A decision has to be made. Will you join them?

    

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