File Received – Common Courtesy

As a freelance translator sitting far away in the high desert of northern New Mexico, I want to do everything I can to scoot a little closer to my clients in Cyberspace, and to make sure there’s clear communication about everything that concerns a project.

One of the simplest and most important tools of communication is "File received, thanks!" For me, it’s something I now do instinctively, and most of my clients confirm receipt as well. But there are a few clients where I feel I am shooting my files into the great void after completion of a project, until I ask for confirmation, or my check arrives a few weeks later and I know things worked out.

File Received – Two words for peace of mind.

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