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Poll: When outsourcers contact you concerning new jobs, what means do they most often use?
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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
Chile
Local time: 09:25
Member (2002)
Spanish to French
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I prefer e-mails Sep 6, 2005

and I don't like at all being contacted by Instant messenger (or Skype messenger) or phone for discussing details about a job. They can be used for the first contact, but then, all the terms must be written and confirmed at least in an e-mail.
It's too easy to say "I told you that I needed it at 12" or "we agreed on that rate" with absolutely nothing to stick to (and I have no bad experience related to this).

Claudia


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