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Article: ESTABLISHING YOURSELF AS A TRANSLATOR – WHO DO YOU TRUST IN THIS BUSINESS?
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Susan Welsh  Identity Verified
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references? Jun 21, 2009

The part about insisting on references of a translator would be disputed by many (most?) translators, since our relationship with our clients is confidential, and we do not want them to be bothered with people calling or emailing them asking about our work.

Just a small point.


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