Dear Interpreter Peru

Lima, Peru

#325 Oct 31, 2007
Interpreter Peru wrote:
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Dear Interpreter Peru , I am not Marino
Now that you know who I am, whatís your name?
Thanks for the information and the offering, but your pay rates are to low. Maybe if you guys consider paying more and screen interpreters based on their studies and experience in the medical field other than being ex omni interpreters it would be easier to find medical interpreters. I do know a few excellent medical interpreters in Lima, but none of us are willing to work for the amount you offered.
Dear Interpreter Peru

Lima, Peru

#326 Oct 31, 2007
Interpreter Peru wrote:
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Mr. smart ass, what are you so afraid of?
Say who you are, you donít have anything to loose, or do you?
Post your name, Iíll be waiting you reject.
PS
And I know where you live also
If you know who I am and where I live, c'mon post my complete personal information. Be my guest, waiting and counting.......

Since: Oct 07

North York, Canada

#327 Oct 31, 2007
Good news, may be!
I just received an e-mail that my June payment from Omni is in the mail. Unfortunately too late for this month's rent but at least it may be a step forward.
InspectorNo5

Fremont, CA

#328 Oct 31, 2007
Helene Treloar wrote:
Good news, may be!
I just received an e-mail that my June payment from Omni is in the mail. Unfortunately too late for this month's rent but at least it may be a step forward.
I am sure you'll receive it. Maybe they acted sooner (relatively speaking) because they saw your real name and story on this forum.

Truly,
Inspector #5
Senor Miguel

Fremont, CA

#329 Oct 31, 2007
With all due respect, the problem I see is that Omni at one time was like LSA, and LSA could one day become like Omni. The bottom line is that there are no guarantees in any business venture...that is why it is called a venture.
Insider

Lima, Peru

#330 Oct 31, 2007
Due to the nature of translation and interpretation, information on the interpretation industry is difficult to extract from most language industry research. This is particularly evident in Common Sense Advisory's "Top 20" list of companies ranging from $377.1 million to $17.2 million in revenues. The report ranks Lionbridge and Titan (soon to be part of L-3 Communications) as the top two translation companies, both of which generate unspecified millions in revenues from interpretation services; however, the same report excludes the telephone interpretation giant Language Line, Inc., which generated $145.0 million in 2004 and therefore could be ranked 4th.

When questioned by T&I Business about Language Line's absence from the rankings, Renato Beninatto, COO of Common Sense Advisory, noted that "in the case of all the Top 20 companies, interpretation represents less than 30% of their business, the formula being the inverse in the case of OPI [Over-the-phone Interpretation] companies." Beninatto also noted that Language Line and NetworkOmni, the 2nd largest OPI firm, are often viewed differently by both buyers and other language companies Clearly, the there are valid reasons both for and against distinguishing the interpretation industry from the translation industry in market reports, but that leaves us with very little information on the interpretation market and its key players.

Within the interpretation industry, the OPI market has seen an enormous amount of growth in recent years, so more information is available on this segment. Language Line's 2004 SEC filings are a wonderful source of information on the OPI market. In one filing, Language Line pegs the potential OPI market at greater than $1 billion and the served OPI market at less than $200 million (based on the fact that it claims to hold 75% market share), which differs from the $300 million to $400 million estimate made by George Ulmer, owner of NetworkOmni, in the April 2004 issue of Los Angeles Magazine.

Language Line lists its most significant U.S. competitors as NetworkOmni, Tele-Interpreters, Bowne (now Lionbridge), and Pacific Interpreters, none of which were estimated to have generated more than $15 million in revenues in 2003. Language Line also estimated that Language Line, Ltd.(which Language Line, Inc. has since acquired), of the UK, generated $8 million and CanTalk, of Canada, generated $2 million in 2003. Language Line also provides internal information that may be very representative of the industry (considering Language Line's self-declared 75% market share) and useful for competing in the market. This representative information includes language usage by billed minutes, customer distribution by industry, and an average annual increase in billed minutes of 21% from 1998 to 2003. All this information is vital to executives at small OPI firms who wish to identify competitors, languages to staff, industries to target, and growth expectations
Insider

Lima, Peru

#331 Oct 31, 2007
Unfortunately, information comparable to that already mentioned does not appear to be available for the interpretation market as a whole. T&I Business has informally asked many language executives how large they believe the interpretation market to be, and most have "guesstimated" it to be approximately 10% of the translation market - whatever that is. Applying that percentage to Common Sense Advisory's numbers, that would put the US interpretation market at $397 million and the world interpretation market at $946 million in 2006. Until a market research firm accepts the challenge to tackle the interpreting industry, these are the some of the only estimates available.
Insider

Lima, Peru

#332 Oct 31, 2007
Carla

Lima, Peru

#333 Oct 31, 2007
Interpreter Peru wrote:
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Dear Interpreter Peru , I am not Marino
Now that you know who I am, whatís your name?
Really guys who cares who is who??? Im posting my real name so no one can tell me anything, yes I was fired from lingual, and you know what I am very gratefull for that, because if I had known what was going on overseas at the states I would have been even more angry at them than I already was,But I must say that I did speak to mariana before I left and let her know exactly how I felt and what I thought about lingual, especially about the way interpreters were treated and how difficult is was to get to her, don't know if the surprise was real but it convinced me.....
anyway I hope the interpreters in the states are payed and I hope the treatment of peruvian interpreters starts to get better....
One more thing, please don't send me recruit notices, you fired me!!!! so no I won't come back...
RPD

Westlake Village, CA

#334 Oct 31, 2007
Well, I have to say it is kind of dissapointed to see what this forum has become. I am peruvian not working there but rather in the US yet some of the comments placed by some are really totally unprofessional. This is an area for all of us who are not getting paid to comment and maybe keep posted in what is going on.

For those who are in the US - I decided today that I was not waiting for that attorney. I sent him an email and never got a response. I went and personally delivered and had the receptionist Michele signed that she got it and when she got it, a letter to Gabriel Taksa letting him know that based on our continuous phone conversations, this letter is the final document he is receiving from me in which I state that unless the payment owed to me is paid by November 5th (this is something I have already personally communicated to them many times), I will file a Small Claims case with the court. I also told them that they will have to pay what they owe plus my hourly rate of my regular work for taking time to file as well as the time it will take me to appear in court plus filing fees and 20% interest which will be charged retroactive to the date the invoice was originally generated. I am now officially letting them know that if they want to play the game I am in for it. The money they owe $310 will become much higher because they will have to pay me that plus all the listed above as well as their attorney fees which I don't think Mr. Ulmer is going to be happy.
It was funny because his receptionist, Michele signed receiving the document not being even aware what she was signing off. She was served and not even a clue.
Interpreter Peru

Lima, Peru

#335 Oct 31, 2007
Carla if you write like you talk, then I know why you got the boot from Lingual,
Practice your English sweetie
And you will do well.

Good Luck
Interpreter Peru

Lima, Peru

#336 Oct 31, 2007
Carla wrote:
<quoted text>
Really guys who cares who is who??? Im posting my real name so no one can tell me anything, yes I was fired from lingual, and you know what I am very gratefull for that, because if I had known what was going on overseas at the states I would have been even more angry at them than I already was,But I must say that I did speak to mariana before I left and let her know exactly how I felt and what I thought about lingual, especially about the way interpreters were treated and how difficult is was to get to her, don't know if the surprise was real but it convinced me.....
anyway I hope the interpreters in the states are payed and I hope the treatment of peruvian interpreters starts to get better....
One more thing, please don't send me recruit notices, you fired me!!!! so no I won't come back...
Carla if you write like you talk, then I know why you got the boot from Lingual,
Practice your English sweetie
And you will do well.

Good Luck
Agent

Lima, Peru

#337 Oct 31, 2007
InspectorNo5 wrote:
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I am sure you'll receive it. Maybe they acted sooner (relatively speaking) because they saw your real name and story on this forum.
Truly,
Inspector #5
HUELE PEDOS!!!!!!!!
Agent

Lima, Peru

#338 Oct 31, 2007
Senor Miguel wrote:
With all due respect, the problem I see is that Omni at one time was like LSA, and LSA could one day become like Omni. The bottom line is that there are no guarantees in any business venture...that is why it is called a venture.
Sorry INSPECTORn5 , the The message was for SeŮor Miguel
AKA, Supervisor
InspectorNo5

Fremont, CA

#339 Oct 31, 2007
Agent wrote:
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HUELE PEDOS!!!!!!!!
No offense Agent, I realize this thread is getting overheated and confusing.:D

Truly,
Inspector #5
hUELE pEDOS

Fremont, CA

#340 Oct 31, 2007
I SUGGEST WE ALL PUT UP OUR PICS JUST LIKE helene treloar TO AVOID ID CONFUSION AND ACCUSATIONS!!!
Senor Miguel

Fremont, CA

#341 Oct 31, 2007
RPD wrote:
Well, I have to say it is kind of dissapointed to see what this forum has become. I am peruvian not working there but rather in the US yet some of the comments placed by some are really totally unprofessional. This is an area for all of us who are not getting paid to comment and maybe keep posted in what is going on.
For those who are in the US - I decided today that I was not waiting for that attorney. I sent him an email and never got a response. I went and personally delivered and had the receptionist Michele signed that she got it and when she got it, a letter to Gabriel Taksa letting him know that based on our continuous phone conversations, this letter is the final document he is receiving from me in which I state that unless the payment owed to me is paid by November 5th (this is something I have already personally communicated to them many times), I will file a Small Claims case with the court. I also told them that they will have to pay what they owe plus my hourly rate of my regular work for taking time to file as well as the time it will take me to appear in court plus filing fees and 20% interest which will be charged retroactive to the date the invoice was originally generated. I am now officially letting them know that if they want to play the game I am in for it. The money they owe $310 will become much higher because they will have to pay me that plus all the listed above as well as their attorney fees which I don't think Mr. Ulmer is going to be happy.
It was funny because his receptionist, Michele signed receiving the document not being even aware what she was signing off. She was served and not even a clue.
sorry, but i didn't read all the stuff on other forums (business week and florida sites), but i vaguely remember that someone said the whole class action lawsuit is a hoax. is this true?
hUELE pEDOS

Fremont, CA

#342 Oct 31, 2007
I ALSO SUGGEST WE ALL PUT UP OUR PICS AND REAL NAMES JUST LIKE helene treloar AND WE WILL BE PAID IN NO TIME!!!
Senior Judge

Fremont, CA

#343 Oct 31, 2007
RPD wrote:
... Well, I have to say it is kind of dissapointed to see what this forum has become. I am peruvian not working there but rather in the US yet some of the comments placed by some are really totally unprofessional. This is an area for all of us who are not getting paid to comment and maybe keep posted in what is going on.
For those who are in the US - I decided today that I was not waiting for that attorney...
Dear RPD,

To get free legal advice you may call KGO radio station at Talk Line 877-765-0810 and consult with Len Tillem (a practicing lawyer) who answers legal questions Monday through Friday, 12-1 PM, and each Saturday & Sunday, 4-7 PM, on KGO Radio 810 AM. He can give you some good advice (for about 10 minutes) absolutely free! Or listen online to his program at http://www.kgoam810.com/

Respectfully,
Senior Judge
Senor Miguel

Fremont, CA

#344 Oct 31, 2007
Senorita Helene Treloar is the most honest poster on this forum and that is why she was AND is going to be fully paid by Omni.

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