Waiting for 4 hours for my job offer to be vetted (Staff: addressed via support request)
Thread poster: Wojciech_

Wojciech_
Poland
Local time: 10:15
English to Polish
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Aug 19, 2013

Hi, I have posted a potential job offer on proz.com, promising my potential client to get back to him today with a quote, but the job offer I have posted, hasn't been vetted for almost 4 hours.
What is the reason for this delay? I can understand 1 hour, but almost 4? What's more, 2 hours ago I submitted a support request in this matter. No reply, as well.
Could anyone explain it to me?


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Maria Kopnitsky
SITE STAFF
Job post now visible Aug 19, 2013

Hello pro-lingua,

My apologies for the delay in your job posting being made publicly visible. I have now vetted your job posting.

For more information on the vetting of job postings, please see: http://www.proz.com/faq/3265#3265

Best regards,

Maria


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