Real Translator Jobs Reviews – Legit or Scam?


Real Translator Jobs
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Real Translator Jobs

 

Real Translator Jobs is a website that claims to brings companies together with freelance translators. If you know two or more languages fluently and have experience as a paid translator, then Real Translator Jobs may be for you.

Companies looking for translation work will contact Real Translator Jobs with a project. Real Translator Jobs then forwards them the information of translators who speak the two languages necessary to complete that project. The company then contacts the translator of their choice.

In order to sign up as a translator at Real Translator Jobs, you must have 1 year prior experience, be at least 18 years of age, know two languages fluently, and have verifiable references.

In addition, you must know the proper grammar and usage of the two languages you speak, as most of these companies are looking for professional and/or technical translations.

On it’s home page, Real Translator Jobs claims to be free to join, however they do actually charge a fee. Keep in mind that they are not an employer. They claim to simply connect you with employers who will then be responsible for your compensation.

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Average Rating for " Real Translator Jobs " is 1.68 out of 5 based on 41 reviews.
  • I come from China.And I have just graduated from senior high school.And I have gained really good grade in my final English examination.Obviously,I can speak flunte English and Chinese.What's more,I have a long summer vacation after graduate,which gives me enough time to do the job.And I sincerely want to practice my English through the job.I would appreciate it if you could give me the chance.
  • It's unbelievable that this website makes ad in a supplementary book for Chinese high school students

    I saw it when I was doing my English reading homework and there's a reading material introducing it
  • I've tried joining this morning but fortunately my cc was denied (due to insufficient balance), otherwise I could've join the list of 'victims'. Thanks guys for these warnings.
  • I got scamed and I was promised a refund within 5 days do you think they will refund me
  • Thank you for this thread. This guys seem no to give up and keep on the look out for scamming people.

    Today August 8, 2015 I came across this add on Craigslist

    http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/dmg/5088923401.html

    Most likely the link above I pasted will disappear from craigslist but I hope someone sees it. They also post a picture of two nice ladies. One laying down with her laptop and another pretending to read books,

    BE AWARE. No job should ask you for a fee.
  • It's a scam. Beware.
  • Thank you very much for that informs serious scam they wanted my card but i was going to give them the one which is not working and was not going to pay. Where can i can get eligible translation companies.
  • OMG! Out of despair I almost fell for this scam. Thank you all that warned the rest of us...
  • Its a scam..
  • If you have to pay in advance,it's not a good start,common sense,thanks for all your submissions
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