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raje79
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Upwork Project Success Talent Specialist

I have received this kind of messages many times, i accept the proposal everytime and try to dicuss but i have never been able to contact the client and none of the 'Upwork Project Success Talent Specialist' have replied to me. Can someone tell me how to direct the messgaes to the client though that invitation. 

below is the message, i have not shared the names as someone might feel offended. 

 

Hello Rajdeep,

I'm (name), Upwork Project Success Talent Specialist. I help Upwork's newest clients find the best freelancers for their first job postings. I'm currently assisting (client name) in finding an outstanding contractor to join their team. Based on your background and skills, I thought you might be interested in this opportunity.

I encourage you to review the job posting and apply to learn more about the role!

Please direct all your messages to the client. They will be managing the job. Thank you.

Best Regards,
(name)
Upwork Project Success Talent Specialist

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vladag
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi Rajdeep,

 

Yes, to all of your questions.

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vladag
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi Rajdeep,

 

Please note that it's up to the client to respond to your proposal and, as stated in the invite, our Talent Specialists are not taking part in the conversation. You can treat these invites as regular invites, received directly from the client, since our team is only helping clients invite freelancers with the appropriate skill set and experience to their jobs.




Please direct all your messages to the client. They will be managing the job. Thank you.

 

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Hi Vladimir,

 

Thanks for your response!

I want to know are my messages automatically directed to the client? is client aware that i have accepted the invite ? Is he/she able to read my messages?

 

Regards

Rajdeep

vladag
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi Rajdeep,

 

Yes, to all of your questions.

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