A scam using my name
Thread poster: Véronique Guider

Véronique Guider  Identity Verified
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Member (Jun 2019)
Hebrew to French
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Aug 21

To everyone,

I guess someone may be using my name.
In order to avoid any problem, if you received a mail concerning a translation with a reply adress "veroniqueguider78@gmail.com", just know that this is not related to me.
It is not my professional address, not even a private address.

Have a great day


English to Russian
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Forewarned is forearmed Aug 21

Hello Véronique, sorry to hear that your suggested namesake is trying to disconsider your good name doing something bad.

However, most colleagues should finally realize that it's not a specific name, address, or wording/presentation what makes a fraud, but the very idea of non-equivalence behind it all: one gives something worthy getting nothing useful in return.

A lie has no real name for seeking a false trust it pretends to be anyone.


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