Bidding on a job (PROZ)
Thread poster: cayoyin

cayoyin
Other
Local time: 06:08
Spanish to English
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Jun 3, 2002

Hello, I am new non-paying site user and I need some orientation. A friend of mine told me about this great page a few days ago. I was just informed about a freelance project through Proz.com, but when I was trying to bid on a job I didn\'t know how the process was.

Can somebody explain it to me?

And what do they mean by: \"Non-paying site users are asked to pay with money or BrowniZ when bidding?\"

Do I have to pay something? What are Browniz?

Thanks in advance!

Carolina


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 12:08
English to German
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Check out FAQs #5&9 Jun 4, 2002

Hi Carolina,

To bid for a job, follow the link \"Submit a bid\" shown with the job posting. If you\'re a non-paying member, you need to pay for bids - either a cash fee (USD 1, if I remember correctly), or using BrowniZ. Check out the FAQs I mentioned for more details (the link to the FAQ list is in the menu on the left).


 


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