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Bad grammar in Enterprise invites?

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Tom O Member Since: Apr 13, 2016
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I recently received an invite from Upwork that started with the general "An enterprise client is looking for..."

 

The invite contained a number of gramatical errors. Is this how Enterprise client are being represented? Not what I would expect. The errors were bad enough that I would not expect a 10 year old child to make them.

 

I also wonder the quality of the client expectations. The job had a two hour deadline and was obviously at least five hours of work for a team of 3 people.

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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Tom O wrote:

 

The invite contained a number of gramatical errors.

 

I also wonder the quality of the client expectations. The job had a two hour deadline and was obviously at least five hours of work for a team of 3 people.


So, decline and move on? 

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Avery O Moderator Member Since: Nov 23, 2015
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Hi Tom, 


I was able to identify the job post you are referring to, and I will forward it to the team and share your feedback with them. Thank you for flagging this here. 

I can see that you have responded to the invite. Hopefully, you and your client can agree on the rate and move forward with the project. Good luck!


-Avery
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