Is there a Front Desk of Proz ? How do we communicate with Proz
Thread poster: Summit

Summit
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Sep 20, 2002

Surely, it\'s a nice place to dwelled with. But (a big but), how do all those quests, members, platinum members communicate with Proz ?

Can any one help me with this: is there any support group, censor group?... what & so ever.


If none exist, should Proz take into consideration of establish one ? or the philosophy is \"so far so good\", can\'t be better?


 

Chinoise  Identity Verified
Local time: 15:04
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... Sep 20, 2002

To find the answer to your question, pls. go to :


www.proz.com/?sp=requests/index


However, it doesn\'t always work.

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-20 15:23 ]


 

Summit
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thanks, BBW Sep 24, 2002

Thanks, BBW, this won\'t help me much, but still wondering that \"invisible hands\". No management, no censor (actually i dislike it) for the statement to a person like me might make? Professional in what way? Big QQQ to proz. Yeh, \"No news is good news\". Just keep up the spirit.

 

Li-chuan Yen  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:04
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Tech support or something else? Oct 4, 2002

There is a section to post questions regarding the technical support. For other issues, I think the best solution is to start a topic in the appropriate forum and surely Henry will notice it.

 


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