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Review by Sol M.3 years ago
WARNING!!! Scammers can also steal your CV and use it to gain clients.
This is what happened to me the other day and thankfully, an Agency warned me immediately. Maria Smith or whoever you may be... your address is fake (unless your email address (or?) everybody should know: [email protected]) because it is my address (and I can prove it), your education and professional experience are fake because they belong to me (and I can prove it) and you certainly not are Founder and CEO of Sol Marzellier Traductores, I am and I can prove it by the way, my Trade Mark and Logo were filed a week ago at the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, BY ME.
I already reported you and there are many threads on Internet accusing you from being a scammer I will continue to report you wherever possible.
Stop immediately or I will call the Police and take the appropriate legal actions against you.
Dear Colleagues, beware
Thank you for your message.
We have received the notice of the scamming of your CV yesterday.
I have been informed by a translation agency yesterday that a scammer (so called Maria Smith, renowned as a professional scammer on many sites) stole my CV and sent it to this translation agency.
Here is the email they sent to me, as well as my reply.
Is there anything else you need to register my report? What else should I do?
Thank you very much.
OMG! It is true this so called Maria Smith (which is a renowned scammer, he/she has been reported on many sites) stole my CV!
Thank you SO much, I will report her immediately!
De: Langex Translations1 [mailto:[email protected]]
Enviado el: viernes, 17 de noviembre de 2017 1:43
Para: Sol Marzellier de Pablo <[email protected]>
Asunto: Think someone stole your CV_FW: French Translator