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3 Types of Translation Scams and How to Fight Them (Sydney NSW , Australia, World)

Posted on: Wednesday, 06 March, 2019  14:28
Updated On: Wednesday, 06 March, 2019  14:29
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Scamming is so commonplace that those affected probably don’t even know that it is happening. As many people post their CVs online either through their web pages, on a translation website, or by sending it to individual translation agencies. They are quite easy to spot if someone is looking for a good CV. There is a simple answer to this and that is when you post your CV online don’t give away all your information, but just enough to attract clients who need translation work. The last thing you should do is put a note at the bottom of your CV telling potential clients that you have left out important information about yourself and you have done this to prevent scammers showing an interest in stealing your details. To know more about '3 Types of Translation Scams and How to Fight Them' follow the link:- https://legal-translations.com.au/3-types-translation-scams-fight/ »



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