It is not acceptable to ask about clients by name like this.
It is a violation of Community Forum rules.
Also, it shows that you do not understand how Upwork works, and you do not understand how scammers work.
You never need to ask about clients by name. And doing so would serve no purpose, even it were allowed.
With all due respect.... stop googling and investigating potential clients. It is an entirely pointless waste of time.
All you need to know is whether said client sends you an official contract VIA UPWORK and has a verified payment method before you do any work for them. Once you have an offer email which looks like this
you can accept it and a contract (!!) appears in your "My Jobs" page
It is almost impossible to be scammed if you stick to the simplest of rules. Don't entertain anyone suggesting payment outside Upwork & don't do any work without a contract in place, hourly or fully funded fixed rate, with a client whose payment method is verified at the time you start to work.
Apart from the fact that naming clients or their company name in the forum is strictly against forum rules, it is also entirely pointless.
The job description is copied from the internet and mindlessly cobbled together.
I think it would be better if you did not accept invites until you have educated yourself a little more as to how Upwork works and how to be safe.
In the meantime, only apply to jobs with clients who have a decent hiring history and a verified payment method, because you're not ready for the Wild West of new and unverified clients (who can be super lucrative but naive newbies will likely only fall for the time-wasters and scammers) yet.
I'll reiterate that the important thing you need to focus on when interviewing with a potential client is to:
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