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Thread poster: Joanna Mimmack
Joanna Mimmack  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:42
German to English
Mar 12, 2003

I have been using the Blue Board to track a German translation agency which is a notorious for non-payment and today found for the first time comments from 2002 which had not previously appeared, because they were filed under a slightly different name, the company having gone bankrupt and \'regenerated\'under a change of name. This woman is getting a succession of \'free\' translations and I feel the ProZ community at large should be warned. Am I allowed to do this?

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 16:42
English to German
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Not in the forums, please Mar 12, 2003

Sorry, but please refrain from naming agencies in the forums.



We are currently in the process of eliminating duplicate Blue Board entries; the case I believe you\'re referring to is one of the entries which will be integrated.



That said, you shouldn\'t rely on the Blue Board alone, but use other sources - for German agencies, the \"Zahlungspraxis\" group is quite useful.



Best regards, Ralf


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