Being safe with contracts.

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Being safe with contracts.

Unread post by Allophony » 17 Feb 2016, 11:51

I would always read the contract but I'm worried about how to go about this. Would I be able to get an English translation? How do I know that the translation is actually what's on the actual contract so I avoid getting scammed?

What general advice is there for people to make sure that they do the best thing for contracts?

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Re: Being safe with contracts.

Unread post by Susan » 17 Feb 2016, 22:37

You could pay an independent translator to translate the contract for you.
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Re: Being safe with contracts.

Unread post by Allophony » 18 Feb 2016, 14:22

Susan wrote:You could pay an independent translator to translate the contract for you.
And how much do they cost and how do I find one? Internet?

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Re: Being safe with contracts.

Unread post by Joe » 18 Feb 2016, 14:33

Certainly there are many translating agencies online. Obviously some are more reputable than others. You can check out their prices online.
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