To stamp or not to stamp?

by desa on May 10, 2011

A bail-bond company in Colorado learned the value of a “certified translation” the hard way. According to Minnesota’s Austin Daily Herald, it seems that an audit of the company’s records by Colorado state officials revealed that the company hadn’t done certified translations of most of their documents but had apparently stamped them to appear so. This and other violations led to the company being fined $1.2 million and having its license to operated being revoked. Certified document translation costs probably seem like a real bargain now. Read the full story here.

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