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The end user might have been scammed too Jul 28, 2013

ravindrasw wrote:

Even I am one of the translators, who got cheated by Basil Wolff. I got an email from Madlen Cox and I did not get paid..

but fortunately, I translated some contracts and I am going to sue / threaten the end users and asking them to be responsible for the misdeeds of their vendors.

let us hope, that I get my amount.

Or the scammer is not the vendor of the end user in the first place. it could just be that their document had been stolen by the scammer.

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