Real Translator Jobs Review

The net continues to be packed with evaluations (just search online) and today it’s time for myself and purrl.net readers to provide our opinion on Real Translator Jobs. I generally stick to the exact same structure when creating my reviews, and it goes a little like this:

  • Get hold of all the important specifics you’ll need in a rapid lookup area
  • Exactly where (and how!) you can get this product (a thing that is sometimes difficult to understand with these digital products)
  • The payment processor publishes statistics on the product and I review these statistics to determine its quality.
  • What’s a review without having some genuine user opinions? That’s to be found in the comments part of the review.
  • Specifics of the exclusive bonus that we provide
A short note about the characteristics of the links in this article, because I really do get a great deal of questions regarding it. The hyperlinks using this icon are “affiliate links”. In some cases people object to them but it makes no difference in terms of cost to you or even level of quality. If you purchase right after clicking on an affiliate hyperlink you will be entitled to the bonus. They don’t affect the impartiality of the critiques since we incorporate them for every product.
Real Translator Jobs

Product Facts

Product Name: Real Translator Jobs
Standard Price: $34
Website:
Author: Moniker Privacy Services
Reviewer:
Bonus Offered: Yes

Where to Buy

First of all, to order without making use of my affiliate link you should use this link (be aware that you won’t qualify for your reward though should you choose to). Furthermore, I do get a lot of enquiries concerning how to buy products on this web site. In the case of Real Translator Jobs you will initially have to visit their webpage. Take a look at the sales page and then scroll down to the “Buy It Now” button. You will then be taken through to the payment page. All payments are handled by Clickbank, a respected transaction processor. It’s a very simple payment page, and immediately after buying you’ll receive an e-mail letting you know how you can download the program.

Publisher’s Description

Just imagine getting paid online, translating simple documents from another language into English. Work from home – no experience required if you speak two language fluently

  • Translate audio conversations – no reading involved!
  • Translate simple documents – earn money fast
  • Translate movie scripts – very interesting!
  • Translate short books – great way to earn!

User Comment and Discussion

It is sometimes complicated being a writer. Writers block is a very common difficulty. Yet, fortunately, I don’t need to rely completely on me personally to create these assessments – I’ve got you lot to help me out! Do not be hesitant to let everyone know what you think. We like a good debate right here at purrl.net

Responses to “Real Translator Jobs Review”

  1. Antonio M. de Rama Reply 08. Jun, 2011 at 11:31 am
    I am very much interested in getting a translation job but I have observed that in order to join I need to have a credit card. If I opt to pay through PAYPAL, I am also required to link my account with a credit card. Unfortunately, I have not been a credit card user eversince. Is there any other payment method which I can use?
  2. I wanted to try this out…but just wanted to make it sure that this site is not a Scam or anything.Let me know Please..Thanks & More Power Regards, Reah Parce
  3. I have a friend who tried realtranslator.com and she said it works. She’s encouraging me to join and avail it. I am still reading reviews and stuffs that I should know before doing it. I am not that really good in translating.
  4. I am very much interested to join and be part of your company. Unfortunately, I have this problem. A payment is required and its via credit card. I am willing to pay, but I don’t have a credit card. I do have a VISA cash card. Let me know if it is possible for me to pay and get started soon with the use of my VISA Cash Card. Thank You and God Bless!
    • Angelie – please note this is a review site. We are not the “Real Translator Jobs” company themselves. You can play via PayPal if you don’t have a credit card.
  5. oh my gog , don’t even think about paying. are you nutts?! it is a sure thing SCAM!!! use your head people! you shouldn’t pay people to work, they should be paying you. and check more on the internet before giving money away.
  6. It is impossible that these people can be in touch with those big companies. Anyone who has at least some experience translating knows that those companies will not accept jobs from unqualified people
  7. If you want to pay for something, be sure that you get a clear benefit in terms of:

    - Getting access to profesional staff who will help and support you
    - Real possibility of obtaining jobs or connecting with potential customers
    - Real promotion of your services
    - Forums, terminology share, debates, etc
    - Any other benefit you might imagine
  8. Any company that has affiliate or membership fees to use its services, has definite, clear benefits for the people who pay for those services.

    If you are unsure of what benefits would you get if you pay for the affiliate program, don’t pay it. Better safe than sorry.

    In this case, it looks like a scam. You have to pay to work, or get work. It does not seem that they offer anything else, like promoting your services in their community, forums or training courses, as some other Websites offer to their members.
  9. hi maybe you can help me.. i just purchased it(aug2,2011) and im not really happy with it and it gives me a hard time dealing and understanding it.. and all the jobs are for those who are degree holder and i am not.. i just want to get my money back but the customer service is like ignoring me o something.. how can unsubscribe the membership?? maybe they will send me bill every mo. i didnt even continue making my own website and didnt pay for another $ of course.. hope you can help me.. thank you
    • If you purchased through my link just email me (ops at purrl.net) you Clickbank order number and I’ll walk you through how to get the refund.
      • Please tell me how to refund my $34 dollars, I am only a student and it was really not a good feeling to be taken of $34 :( (
        • Pammie – I have replied to your email. If you purchased via my link I’ll help you.
          • Is it really possible to get my money back? I just purchased it I think early this September using a credit card and I’m not happy cause I’m having a hard time finding a job. I email companies but still got no reply up to this moment.
          • Hi Louise – yes it’s possible. If you bought after clicking through to the Real Translator Jobs site via a link here then just shoot me an email (see contact page) and I’ll walk you through the process step-by-step.
          • hi les999, i would like to get my money back. can u help me out. i would be very grateful to u. pls let me know what should i do. thx.
          • If you purchased through my link just send me an email (see my contact page) with your order number.
      • How can people believe that this can be a reliable and real job!! How can you believe to pay in advance an entrance fee to get paid after? If a reliable company is looking for people working for them, cannot ask for money!!!! It’s juat a way to collect money cheating the poor and desparate people jobless who are more and more everyday!!! Shame on you
    • hi! can you tell me how real translator work? what do you mean that most jobs require degree holders? im interested aout this but im still researching coz i dont wanna go through the trouble of getting the refund if this isn’t for me. ill be waiting for your response. thanks.
  10. Hi, Maricar, you have my sympathy.You should have read the statement: ….no experience is required…to translate many kinds of documents. I have been translating for 25 years and still find difficulties when come across a complicated sentence like in contracts, in which one sentence could be hal-page long. A newly hired translator with a post-graduate degree at my office cannot translate correctly without our guidance. Normally, a company that needs a service must pay for it, not on the contrary.
    • Bias Am I glad to at last see a sensible comment about this site. I have just discovered it and, as a professional translator with over 20 years’ experience, I’m just horrified by it. We are highly qualified, professional people. Remember all those dreadful, incomprehensible instruction manuals you find, or restaurant menus that have everyone falling about laughing? This is the sort of site that will be producing that kind of text – if they produce any kind of text at all. As for those of you that sign up to become a member – you’re bound to be ripped off. No serious company would call on the services of an outfit like this. Don’t fall for it.
    • I am interested to join this translating job. I hope this is a real company not a scam. Do you have to pay for something before joining this site or will they charge you for some things after registering to this job? I am even not sure of the qualifications they are looking for here. I saw this i until August 14 of 2011. Can I get an easy document to translate for 25 dollars? Because I only put 25 dollars in what amount you can earn per document. Should the difficulty of translating a document depends on the salary you can earn? Thank you so much and appreciate your reply to this matter. :)
  11. We’ll I’m pretty glad I read through this before signing up. The line that says “no experience required” was really catchy. I know my English is good enough for someone with no experience but if they’ll start requiring their translators to have a degree after paying $34, then I should forget about this too-good-to-be-true job.
    • I am a housewife and I lost my job four years ago. I needed an online job so badly that I almost sign up for the real translator jobs.com but I want to make sure if this site is not a scam. $34 is a lot of money to be wasted. I hope you can tell me about the truth of this site. thank you…
  12. Hi, I am very much interested to join as a translator. But I don’t use credit card at all can I pay via money order or wire transfer?What are the requirements to join aside from filling up your personal info? I this is not a scam or something I am looking forward to have this as a part time job. Thank you so much and I appreciate your reply to my queries.
    • No serious translating business would ever employ you without checking your education or experience. If they require you to PAY FOR THE CHANCE TO WORK, it’s a SCAM. My advice: DON’T DO IT. There are some things that are too good to be true. This is one of them. Just don’t.
  13. Knowing two languages is just one third of the job of translation. The second third is specialist knowledge of the industry or subject, and the third third is ability to write in the target language and then edit and proof it. All of these are separate skills and take years to acquire. Beware of the words ‘no experience needed.’ Employ amateurs and the result is usually rubbish. Sometimes dangerous rubbish–never take a medical or legal translation by amateur translators.
  14. Hello. I heard much about this wwebsite, and want to join it. However, i didn’t receive any offical degree. How can i, after register, prove my level? Thank for any reply
  15. I am highly interested to join but I don’t have any credit card or any means of paying online. Is it possible to pay cash and how? Thanks!
  16. Hi, can you please help me in getting my money back? Thank you.
    • Samya – if you bought through my link email your Clickbank order number to ops [at] purrl.net and I’ll help you.
  17. If you look carefully at their web site you’ll notice there is no link for people who have translation work that they would like done. Doesn’t that seem suspicious? Oh – and they don’t require any trial translation to check the quality of your work. Think very carefully before giving these people your money.
  18. Check this site out for a better comparision of online translation services http://www.translatorsbase.com
  19. like most of you, i am looking for a job online when this add catch my attention, it was very catchy that i even tried to apply for a Paypal account..however, this 34 dollars half-price is still bothering me so i keep on waiting for a good sign..just today, i received a mail saying i can try writing with realwritingjobs.com as linked with the translator website..anyhow, the site said there is a 60-day moneyback guarantee.
  20. don’t be fooled by how easy it looks to earn the money they’re promising. it’s NOT for an inexperienced translator. i just registered and as soon as i got in, all they directed me to was a list of companies that do translations. translation jobs are not readily available to you. you have to first apply in these companies and if you qualify, then they’ll contact you. that’s difficult for inexperienced translators. it’s going to be a waiting game. aside from that, you have to market yourself to these companies. they may really pay well but just to get a job would be hard.
  21. hi, I am highly interested to join but I don’t have any credit card or any means of paying online. Is it possible to pay cash and how? Thanks!
  22. The website is very catchy, I am grateful to those people who took trouble to write their remarks – that after joining you only get company contacts and you have to work your way into them BEFORE getting any translation jobs. If one is ready to do this, or have SPARE MONEY to try them, go ahead, but if you are not happy to be cheated or unsure of your translation capabilities, DO NOT JOIN THEM. Better be safe than sorry……… thanks everyone for helpful comments. I am NOT joining.
  23. realtranslatorjobs.com is a SCAM. You can also look for many other reviews online. Don’t fall for this! Be safe!
  24. Hi!! I was so interest to join the real translator job. However,I still confused how to join. Where I must sign up?? In Realtranslatorjobs.com or in here,in ur web site…??? Thank u so much… God bless
  25. For all of you, do check out this site with is self explanatory: http://tjsdaily.blogspot.com/2011/06/realtranslatorjobscom-review-100-scam.html
    • I had a look at the link Kenneth. Unfortunately the author didn’t actually sign up at RTJ. He bases his opinion on the websites that affiliates of RTJ have created, not on the program itself. The opinions of people who have actually signed up would be more useful.
  26. This is a SCAM! Don’t fall into it! I did it before and after paying, I never heard from them anymore no matter how i tried to contact them
  27. Wow! I got to the “50% off” discount… After reading all this comments, I decided not to try it… and when I closed the page, I got a message with another discount “for being Mexican”… when I closed it, got another “discount” and so on, until I got an offer to pay “just $14″… Sorry, still didn’t fall for it. (Sorry les, I reach the site from another link, not yours…). One last comment: below it says “the product has a 89.06/100 rating”… how can that be if all of the comments above are not in favor for it…? :-S
    • Hi Ed. In answer to your last question, the rating is based on a statistical analysis of the estimated refund rate. Once I see enough comments from people who have actually bought the product then I can come in and amend it manually.
  28. I am going to pay now the membership fee. but there is an error;(The type of credit card you entered is not an available payment method for the currency selected. Please choose one of the available credit card types below and enter your credit card information. Alternatively, you may choose another currency). My card is BDO ATM Debit card……. Pls… help me…
  29. Sept 29 Hi I did join as a member and paid pls advise how can I get m MONEy back guarantee as I am not happy , its so complicated. Need m money back as you promised. Thanks
    • Hi Bern – just email me your Clickank order number so I can check you purchased after clicking through via my link. Then I’ll walk you through the money back process. My email is on the contact page.
  30. I agree with some of the comments here that the people who need translation services should be the ones to pay you, and you don’t have to pay to get job. I checked this site out of curiosity, but when I found out that I have to pay to start getting jobs, I didn’t push thru with it. I have been translating and interpreting as a sideline for almost 10 years already, and I didn’t pay for any of the jobs that I did. I found my first translation job through a forum where the company posted that they needed someone to translate Asian TV series to English. I started from there. Eventually moved to translating more difficult and technical documents through referrals. Some have requested for my CV and trial translation, while others only require a trial translation. So I think a good way is to start small or simple, build your portfolio, and expand your network so people will start referring you. Bottomline, maybe this works for some people, maybe not for others. It’s really up to you whether you want to risk your money or not.
  31. Good to have this kind of websites before buying.. thanks for the heads up guys
  32. its now 4.99, whats that all about?
  33. I have submitted countless requests for a refund, but haven’t had so much as a confirmation of receipt of my request. This site if such a scam. All I would like is to get my money back. Where do I go from here?
    • Dot – if you purchased after clicking on my link email me (see my contact page) and I’ll walk you through the process.
  34. hi, les! why don’t you just tell us how to get a refund. we don’t know where we exactly click the link when we purchased that but definitely it’s from their site and money/payment was collected already. i has been almost two months, i am afraid, i will loose my money for nothing. would appreciate very much your kind help.
    • Hi A. It’s because of the way this site is financed. If you buy after clicking through using my link then I get a commission. So I offer my refund walkthrough guarantee to people who bought after clicking through on my link. Email me (see my contact page) your Clickbank order number and I’ll see if you did.
  35. Hi! I believe that you will never really know unless you try something. There is an offer for $5 and I want to try it out. my question is that if I paid $5 for a 3 day trial, will it charge me again after 3 days? thanks!
  36. Dude, get the translator jobs link off your site already. Or at least put a warning note about it. A lot of people are getting scammed. $24 is a lot to some people you know.
    • Hi Triple. Lots of people have added warnings here in the comments, based on the fact that to them Real Translator Jobs seems too good to be true. We haven’t had any warnings from people who have actually bought the product though. So, if someone does decide to actually try out the product themselves I prefer they do so after clicking on my link. Why? Because (A) I get a commission (and thus get paid for maintaining this page) and (B) they are eligible for my bonus and money-back help (which will allow them to get back the $24 that’s a lot to them)
  37. Real Translator Jobs is a SCAM. Don’t send them any money or sign up with them.
  38. please DO NOT waste your time and money on realtranslatorjobs.com it’s a scam. they’ll take advantage of the need for so many people to get a real income online, and just keep your 34 $.
  39. realtranslatorjobs.com really sucks, dont make the same mistake i did.
  40. Does anyone have tried yet???? if so, How was the experience?, hat is the kind of comments that we need here guys
  41. I just feel compelled to inform the ignorants who are outraged at the minimal, one-time fee that is charged. If you can’t handle a minuscule legit one-time fee of $34, then don’t bother signing up with any well-known and “real” translator sites like Proz.com where you have to pay $129 yearly to be a member.

    I think any translation company who would hire someone who has no education and no experience related to translating is either out of business today or on the express route to bankruptcy.

    Having said that and knowing how this works now, I think the scam of this Real Translator company is in advertising that anyone can do it and no experience or education is necessary. They are using false advertising, which shows a lack of integrity, so it’s probably not a good idea to get involved with them, even if they are legit, because you don’t know what they have the lack of moral conscience to do.

    The above is backed up by the now-established fact that it is so difficult to get a refund that one needs “technical support” to do it. Although, if you have that technical support, barring any unusual circumstances, I guess there is really nothing to lose.
  42. I just purchased online but I don’t find it useful. I need my money back!Please help me, I paid $47 because I thought it will be the answer to my misery in finding jobs. Unfortunately it added to my burdens. I don’t know where to go now. It’s a very hard lesson that I learned. I need help, pls!
    • Just shoot me an email (see my contact page) with your order number. If you purchased via my link I’ll help you out with the refund.
  43. Hi les, I have a bachelor degree in Translation and more than 10 years of experience (more than 100 books translated), I’d like to know if you can garantee me a workload on a weekly basis or the money back in case that wouldn’t possible?
    • Hi Rolo – you should contact the vendor with this question. This is a review site, I don’t sell the product directly.

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Product Stats and Assessment

Here is the part of the analysis in which we assess the stats. The initial question people will often have is – exactly where do the statistics come from?

Well, I’ve written out a clarification of this right here: stats explained. Using these stats, I’ve generated two ratings to enable you to decide whether or not it is really a product you need to purchase. I have called them the buyer satisfaction (self explanatory) and the buyer frenzy (how well the program is selling).

Our Buyer Satisfaction Rating

The product gets 98.33/100 which usually is extremely extraordinary stuff – one of the top ratings that I’ve come across. These guys evidently handle their customers perfectly.
 
98.33

The Buyer Frenzy Indicator

Buyer Frenzy Ranking is an sign of how much interest there exists for a program – a little like the item’s ‘sales rank’. A high frenzy score implies that consumers are going crazy for a product, buying it in their hundreds each day. Programs that have a high frenzy are frequently high quality products. Real Translator Jobs has a frenzy ranking of 63.68/100 which is eye-catching – most definitely a high frenzy rating and something which means this product is selling well.
 
63.68

The Overall Rating

RealTranslatorJobs.com Finally we’ve reached the conclusion of the evaluation! It has taken a little while yet by now you ought to have an excellent idea of precisely what the package does and whether it really is making shoppers happy or sad. I also have considered everything and decided on a final score – taking into account everything we have seen up to now. I’ve selected a rating of 8.86 out of10. It’s a leading score – and this means a top-notch program. You need to add it straight to the top of your buying short list However, although a stellar product you might still benefit from looking into the best rated items within this category. Fortunately for you I have put together a listing, sorted easily by category. Just click the subsequent hyperlinks:: General, Employment & Jobs
 
9.18

Real Translator Jobs Bonus

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