So how does it work?

    1. You contact us to discuss your requirements and deadline. Or if you prefer you fill in the ‘quote’ request in our website.
    2. You send us the material to be translated. This can be done by Fax, Email, and Post or even on Disk.
    3. We send you a quote together with our terms and conditions for you to sign and return to us. (Confirmation of order*). We also send you a copy of our terms and conditions which you must also sign and send back to us.
      *(In some cases and in the name of speed and efficiency we’ll accept an email or fax confirming your acceptance of our terms and conditions).
    4. Once we have received your confirmation order we will endeavour to send you the translated material within any agreed deadline (usually from confirmation of order) in the form required together with the final invoice.

You settle your bill (within 30 days from date of invoice – Please refer to our terms and conditions).

Abc Translingua TranslationHere at Abc Translingua we are proud to offer a truly professional service as we can translate and proof-read documents in most languages and subjects. From a few words in an email to general and highly complex and technical, legal documents, we guarantee the best translation possible.
Only qualified and experienced linguists translating in their native tongue and specialising in their own different fields are used. In our opinion, only a native speaker is able to add the right touch to a translation and to make a difference between a translation that is just accurate to one that reflects the true essence and style of a Company, essential in marketing materials for example. Legal, medical, or other technical documents need to be translated literally and in this case accuracy is particularly important.
For greater accuracy, all translations are proofread, this means that checks are carried out for typographical errors, grammar, punctuation, spacing, sentence structure and consistency.
In some cases and at your request, we can certify certain documents, e.g. legal documents such as contracts, Marriage and Birth certificates, Diplomas, etc.