For years, InfoMarex has acknowledged the referring to us of jobs by other translators. InfoMarex pays 20% of the gross profit on a particular job to the translator who refers the job to InfoMarex.
Simply put, if a translator cannot do a particular job, and refers the job to InfoMarex, we pay the translator 20% of the gross profit on the job.
A translator may not be able to do a particular job because the language pair is unusual, or the translator is too busy. When this situation arises, the translator can tell his/her client that InfoMarex exists, may be able to help AND cc's the email also to InfoMarex.
We check among our 2,800 professional translators to see if we have a translator available for that particular job. We let you and the possible client know the result.
When InfoMarex is paid, the following example shows how it is calculated:
- Invoice to client €1,000 less payment of €750 to the translator who actually does the job.
- Gross profit = €250 x 20% = €50. This €50 which is paid to you, the translator who referred the translation to InfoMarex.