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Translation scammers beware December 29, 2014

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Fun stuff, Scam alert.
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This little gem will make you laugh for sure. I’m sure many of you are getting the emails asking for a translation but not knowing what your language combination is. It isn’t a good idea to engage with spammers, but if you choose to this little exchange should provide some amusement/inspiration.

Diana Arbiser, I salute you!

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1. All Graduates | Translating Services - January 12, 2015

It is irritating, funny, and sad that busy translators will get interrupted doing what they love doing just because of a spam email asking for non-existent professional translation services. Translators should be sharp in identifying whether or not an email is valid or not. Diana’s exchange is so funny and makes you think that maybe that scammers also employ bots to send these crazy emails to unsuspecting translators.


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