The workflow is a) translation from service provider to client, and b) money from client to service provider.Anything different should get all your red lights flashing.Regards, Enrique Beate-Mohr wrote: William George (supposedly from GB) just tried to scam me.
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I've actually am currently going through the same situation exactly.
I first responded to a person named Shana putnam ([email protected]) who told me that there was a translation project for $500.
I began working on the translation but sensed something fishy with her.
William George (supposedly from GB) just tried to scam me.
I have been in negotiations for a rather large project with this person over the past 2-3 weeks.
Today I had an email from him, stating, that the payment was sent out, but it was the wrong amount. The original amount was supposed to be around 0.He asked me to go ahead and cash the check, keep the payment for me, and send the rest via money transfer/western union to someone in Egypt.The person there would need the money for life saving surgery. Just wanted to post this here, since William George contacted me through This person really exists, and I am trying to contact him, to see what he knows about this scam.By the way, the check he sent comes from Wichita, KS but is actually from UT Southwestern Medical Center and is signed by a Daniel K. So, be aware, if William George from GB contacts you!!!!! What happens is that if you go ahead and pay in the cheque, it will bounce.The scammer is counting on you conscientiously transferring the extra balance before you realise the cheque has bounced, as this will take a few days.That means the scammer gets a good 1,000 pounds or so in cash and has paid out nothing for it. [Edited at 2012-06-06 GMT] Never, ever, send money to the person offering you work.