Certified translations are vastly overpriced, they're really not as complicated as is often made out by translation agencies. It's true that there are different types of certification, but the standard certified translation which is required in 90% of cases is straight-forward. It simply requires proofreading, and a statement by the translator or agency guaranteeing that it is accurate. The contact details are also added and often so is a signature and stamp. It seems to us that translation companies often take advantage of people's need for a certified translation and up the price accordingly. We disagree with that - and that's why we offer cheap certified translations, in fact we're the cheapest around, and just in case you find anyone supplying them cheaper (which we doubt!), we offer a price guarantee whereby we promise to beat any other genuine quote.
ARE MOST CERTIFIED TRANSLATIONS A RIP-OFF?