JESSICA’S PRIVATE EXAMINATION
By Alicia Collar
Copyright 2011 PINK PUBLISHING
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Another day, another job interview.
Sometimes, Jessica Oswald felt like she spent half her life sitting in offices with a pasted-on smile, answering inane questions like "If you were an animal, what kind of animal would you be?".
It would be one thing if she simply needed a job, but, no-- it had to be a very particular kind of job. The kind that allowed her access to large volumes of credit card transactions; the kind where she had enough freedom with the billing system that she could introduce the subroutine written by her boyfriend Jason. This subroutine, designed to funnel a small amount of money away from each transaction and into Jason's bank account, was supposed to be the real money-earner... not whatever crappy accounting job Jessica had to take to get access to the system.