A scam using my name
Thread poster: Véronique Guider
| | Véronique Guider
Local time: 07:59
Member (Jun 2019)
Hebrew to French
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 "firstname.lastname@example.org", just know that this is not related to me.
It is not my professional address, not even a private address.
Have a great day
| | DZiW
English to Russian
| 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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