A quote from wiki regarding scams
Thread poster: Rachael Lindsay

Rachael Lindsay
United Kingdom
Local time: 03:03
Spanish to English
Dec 16, 2015

"In some cases the scammers will claim to be project manageres working for a real and prestigious outsourcer but they will write to you from a free email domain such as Gmail or Yahoo. While it is OK for a translator to use this kind of email address, you should be suspicious of an outsourcer, especially a previously unknown one, who contacts you using a non-institutional domain."

http://wiki.proz.com/wiki/index.php/Detecting_and_reacting_to_false_job_offers_and_other_scams


 


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