What Can You Expect from Our Document Translation Service?
We’ll guarantee that your documents are translated correctly and on time.
What Languages Do We Translate?
Currently we only translate between the following languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean.
Who Will Translate Your Documents?
One or a few of our selected translators out of our 1500+ translators.
Our selected translators are top in the field. They have either published books, worked as editors, or knowledgeable in your industry.
Who’ve Used Our Document Translation Service?
Big companies like Adidas, act.3 BRAND ACTIVATION FACTORY etc.
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How Fast Can We Translate Your Files?
Each translator can accomplish 5,000-10,000 words per day. However, to best guarantee quality, we believe 5,000 words is a comfortable amount.
Still, if you have an urgent need, we are capable of completing the project on time with team work.
How Accurate Can We Guarantee the Translation?
If we accepted your translation request, you can pretty much rest assured you’ll receive the translation as expected.
We only select top translators from our database for translation work. And we’ll let you know if we don’t think we can fulfill the task before you pay anything to us.
Do We Accept Short Notice Orders?
We do accept urgent orders. However, we do need to check with you if we can fulfill the task on time or not.
If we can finish the task on time, we’ll accept short notice orders.
What’s the Rate?
We’d like to check with you for difficulty evaluation, accuracy requirement and lead time before quotation.
So, please feel free to send us a request through the form or by email: email@example.com and we’ll get back to you in no time.
How to Pay?
We’d require 50% of total amount as deposit payment and the balance 50% to be paid upon task completion. Our account to be provided upon request.
What Payment Method Do We Accept?
We accept Credit Card, Bank Transfer, PayPal and Western Union.
Fill in the form and we'll offer you a free quote within 1 business day. (Though it usually takes only less than an hour during work time)