How to Spot and Deal with Fraud Translation Clients

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Fraud Translation Clients

Fraud clients and scammers are everywhere, and the translation industry is no exception. Those scammers have so many motives to approach and contact localization service providers (LSPs) especially the small-sized enterprises or even freelancers, but none of these motives include being “reliable clients” or being keen about their reputation in the market.

There are several reasons that make the translation and localization industry a good environment for fraud clients to easily find their victims and conduct their suspicious business activities with. On the top of those reasons is that the majority of the business operations are being conducted on an international scale and in a virtual environment, which means taking the advantage of different laws applied in each country and perhaps the legal gaps of reserving the rights in such type of business.

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