how to quote a translation job?
Thread poster: tulips

tulips
China
English to Chinese
+ ...
Jun 24, 2010

if someone is not a proz member, when he or she wants to qoute for a translation job, does he or she have to put some money into wallet? how much must pay each time?

 

Alejandro Cavalitto
Local time: 10:42
SITE STAFF
Yes, a 1 USD payment will be required Jun 24, 2010

Dear tulip,

Yes, if someone who is not a member wants to submit a quote on a job posting he/she will be asked to make a payment of 1 USD from his or her wallet.

You can make a wallet deposit here, (or clicking on "Add Money to your Wallet" in your wallet page). Then, click on the amount you would like to deposit ($20 USD, $30 USD or $60 USD) and you will arrive at the purchase wizard. Enter your billing information and select a payment method for your deposit.

Please see this page to learn more about how finding jobs on ProZ.com works, and this page for more information on how your wallet works

Please let me know if you have any doubts. You can also submit a support request to contact site staff if you need help with anything.

Best regards,
Alejandro


 


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