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Natacha DAMBINOFF  Identity Verified
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Local time: 06:21
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Feb 8, 2009

Bonjour à tous,

un client vient de me contacter pour une traduction et me propose CAD 0,02/mot source pour une traduction.

Crise ou pas crise, ces tarifs ne sont-ils pas extrêment bas ?
Merci d'avance
Natacha


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NancyLynn
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Local time: 00:21
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Ça se peut-il... Feb 8, 2009

Voyez-vous comment certaines personnes peuvent avoir du front tout le tour de la tête...

2c du mot, ça donne quoi, le même salaire que la caissière chez Wal-Mart... qui, elle, finit son travail et va tranquillement chez elle, sachant que sa paye lui sera remise jeudi prochain, pas de relecture, pas d'astinage, pas de courriels non lus, pas de chi-chi.

Non Natacha 2c du mot, crise ou pas crise, c'est absolument inacceptable pour un travail pro. Mais si le client veut une traduction automatique, là, ben là là...c'est pas trop pire

Bon courage

Nancy


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Tomás Cano Binder, CT  Identity Verified
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Already dealt with? Feb 8, 2009

http://www.proz.com/forum/money_matters/127067-pricing_in_the_canadian_translation_market.html?

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avsie  Identity Verified
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Et en euros Feb 9, 2009

Natacha, puisque tu habites en France, 0,02$CDN du mot équivaut à 0,013EUR. La question ne se pose même pas...

Mais rassure-toi, il y a encore des clients au Canada qui paient beaucoup mieux


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Aniello Scognamiglio  Identity Verified
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Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Mais oui! Feb 9, 2009

Natacha DAMBINOFF wrote:

Bonjour à tous,

un client vient de me contacter pour une traduction et me propose CAD 0,02/mot source pour une traduction.

Crise ou pas crise, ces tarifs ne sont-ils pas extrêment bas ?
Merci d'avance
Natacha



You already got professional and convincing answers.
http://www.proz.com/forum/money_matters/127067-pricing_in_the_canadian_translation_market.html?
Why are you asking again?
The "rate" in question is not even worth calling it a rate.
As I said: Don't waste your time with fragments of peanuts!


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