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Author Topic: Justin Dowman- Korean Translation Scam  (Read 38 times)
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February 17, 2018, 02:10:09 PM
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I am new, but I decided to use my background in military intelligence. Tongue

1.Background
Justin Dowman is a guy that offers translation
For example,
“Hello! Are you looking for a professional translation? We have a qualified team of translators from English, Arabic, Indonesian, Spanish, Chinese, Croatian, Greek, French, Hebrew, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Filipino, Polish, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish, Russian.
Our team moderate national branches and promote projects in the markets of southeastern Asia.
We have a group of not only translators, but also specialists in crypto currencies, SMM, site building, graphic design.

If you are interested, do not hesitate to contact me on Telegram: @mcay10 (https://t.me/mcay10).”

Now as you can see from here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2850101. his English is really bad, and the community is suspicious of his offer.
So obviously, they want to see samples or feedbacks from others and they refuse to share.

We get following people asking for the price/ praising the service.

Asking for the Price:
Logger
Nicholas Duncan

Praising the Service:
GTX980Power
SmarterCrypto
AtomicDoge

2. Evidence
Now let’s focus on GTX980Power who is in charge of Phoenix Global Crypto Community. Now, if you check out their Korean ANN, it’s clearly auto translated. I requested the moderator to remove it but here’s the link:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2966212.msg30472356#msg30472356

It’s posted by a user named logger and logger thanked him for the Korean translation in here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851260.0

So, we now know Justin Dowman’s agency does a crappy job in translating (at least in Korean).

Conclusion: Justin Dowman and his translation staff is a scam in terms of Korean translation
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