Certified and express translations now available | Company
Munich, 16th July 2014 – From today lingoking is offering a new tool, which is unique in Germany, for the automated order of text translations.To receive the desired text translation, customers must initially visit the lingoking website and navigate to ‘Text Translation’ in order to upload the translated documented. All of the following file formats can be uploaded: PDF (e.g. scanned documents), PNG, JPG, GIF, TIFF and EPS as well as Word documents and Excel spreadsheets.
For documents such as education certificates, birth certificates or medical reports “certified translations” can be selected with just the click of a mouse. Authorities and agencies usually request certified translations which ensure a binding and literal translation. These documents are translated exclusively by lingoking translators who are legally sworn and who are therefore permitted to confirm and authenticate the integrity and accuracy of translations.Should a translation be required urgently, customers can purchase an express translation for delivery within 24 hours.
In addition, the translation is available with or without proof-reading. The entire ordering process is completely automated.Once the text is uploaded and the desired language combination has been chosen, the word count is automatically calculated and a quotation generated, which the customer receives by email just a few seconds later.Payment can be made conveniently by PayPal or by bank transfer.
lingoking is the universal online market place for language services and connects people with a professional interpreter or translator within minutes. Every year, lingoking translates over 9 million words, interprets over 6,000 hours on location and more than 9,500 minutes over the telephone, for more than 4,400 customers from all over the world. More than 5,100 registered interpreters and translators in over 840 cities are employed by lingoking. lingoking has its headquarters in Munich and a subsidiary company in the Czech Republic.