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Has anyone worked for a U.S. agency called Worldlink?
Thread poster: ydepre
ydepre
Local time: 22:54
English to French
Jul 2, 2002

I am trying to find if anyone who worked for a U.S. agency called Worldlink, located in Brookline, MA, has had payment problems. I have an overdue invoice of over $1,500 since 4/19/2002. I am getting no reply to my e-mails...

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 07:54
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Use the Blue Board Jul 2, 2002

Hi.

There\'s a special section on this site where you can inquire about agencies (the \"Blue Board\"); use the link to \"Agency ratings\".



Also, why don\'t you search the forum threads for \"TCR\" and \"PP\"; these are web lists dealing with client payment behaviour.


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