Where can I report a non-payment issue with a direct client?
Thread poster: Willemina Hagenauw

Willemina Hagenauw
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Nov 9, 2009

Where do I post the details of a client I have been working for and who has not paid me? It is not an agency, but a company who hired me for translations. They have not paid me and my solicitor is currently taking them to the UK small claims court. Can I post them on the blue board, so that other people are warned?

Best regards,

Willemina Hagenauw

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2009-11-09 12:22 GMT]

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2009-11-09 12:24 GMT]


 

Lucia Leszinsky
SITE STAFF
Try the Blue Board Nov 9, 2009

Dear Willemina,

If non-payment is involved in work that you have done and delivered on time, without quality complaints, you are welcome to use the Blue Board to provide feedback on the outsourcer. Upon making an entry you will be asked to register any non-payment involved.

If the outsourcer does not have a Blue Board record yet, you may add one for them here.

More information about ProZ.com Blue Board is available here.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Lucia


 


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