TranslateYourHeart.ComNever use them

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Never use TranslateYourHeart.Com website. It is fraud site. They persuade you to pay for translation. Every message costs $10. I will not say smth wrong if I had no proof, but I have. The person from China asked me to pay for the translations but today I found out that she lives in California.


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    Davken202 Jul 04, 2016

    They also will not let you communicate via email. Everything has to be on site

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    Robert8in Jan 14, 2013

    I found that a lot of the pictures on this site are stolen from the net. I have been contacted by 3 that turned out to be porn stars, one that was soft porn and 6 or so pictures of models a number of them shown in escort services sites. I have been to China many times on business and have made plans to meet at least 3. None of whom showed up despite promises. The most common thread is they say they have a visa to come to your country and want to meet. Of course that turns out to be BS. Check out the pictures on Tineye that will give you the clue as to who the phonies are. Use Google translate to read their letters that cuts down on costs.

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