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German translation/interpretation needed

Postby dmurphy1940 » 16 Sep 2011, 13:29

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

vielen Dank für Ihre E-Mail vom 24.07.2011. Bitte haben Sie Verständnis,
dass wir auf Grund einer Vielzahl von Anfragen im Bereich der
Ahnenforschung, erst heute Ihre E-Maul beantworten.

Zur Bezahlung: Bitte überweisen Sie an uns im Voraus 50,00 EURO. Eine
Umrechnung in Dollar ist laut Auskunft unserer Bank nicht nötig. Wenn
Sie als Währung EURO angeben ist das in Ordnung.
Für die SEPA-Überweisung werden folgende Angaben benötigt:
IBAN: DE58870959740106940029
BIC: GENODEF1GC!
Verwendungszweck: 1401.00.7620.00.1440

Unsere Ausarbeitungen senden wir Ihnen nach dem Zahlungseingang auf dem
Postweg zu. Bitte teilen Sie uns Ihre Postadresse mit.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Im Auftrag

Markus Gottschalk
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I HAVE RECEIVED THE ABOVE IN RESPONSE TO MY REQUEST TO THEM TO SEE IF THEY WOULD ACCEPT A BANK CHECK MAILED TO THEM, RATHER THAN TO DO A WIRE TRANSFER. CAN SOMEONE TELL ME IF THEY ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT A BANK CHECK VIA MAIL, BY READING THIS EMAIL???
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby Mariez » 02 Oct 2011, 19:21

Ich hätte da mal eine allgemeine Frage. Ist die Zahlung in schweizer Franken denn grundsätzlich auch auch bei Euch möglich?
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby dmurphy1940 » 03 Oct 2011, 13:30

If at all possible, can you reply in English? I do not know what you are posting even though I google translated it. Thank you!
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby carinthiangirl » 12 Oct 2011, 21:02

they write about "transfer in advance".
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translation:

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Thank you for your e-mail dated 07/24/2011.Please understand,
that we are do a a variety of inquiries in the area of
Genealogy answer, because of that we answer your e-mail today.

For Payment: Please pay us in advance 50.00 euros.
A conversion into dollars is not necessary according to information from our bank.
If you specify a currency, the euro is ok. For the Sepa-transfer following information is required:
IBAN: DE58870959740106940029
BIC: GENODEF1GC!
Purpose: 1401.00.7620.00.1440

Our elaborations we send you after payment is received with normal post.
so please give us your postal address.

Sincerely
In order

Markus Gottschalk
Clerk
Rectory-office
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just a question. why do you ask at italian board for translating a german letter?
it looks like it is from Germany when i see the name of clerk. ;-)
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby dmurphy1940 » 12 Oct 2011, 21:13

Thank you for your reply, carinthiangirl, but I still am not sure if they will accept a bank check MAILED to them? Can you explain?
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby carinthiangirl » 12 Oct 2011, 21:15

no, they do it in this way like stated.
if they would eccept checks, they would have written about that.
did you ask for that?
checks are unusual here......
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby dmurphy1940 » 12 Oct 2011, 21:20

Yes, I did ask for that a while ago, as they asked for my address. It has taken sometimes two months to receive a reply, is that normal? Once I received a reply the next day but that was very unusual.
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby carinthiangirl » 13 Oct 2011, 00:06

often some differences. no idea which parish-church you asked.
often much work or not so many officers some times or so.....
in Austria often also differnces when i asked at same archive different times. it was Vienna historical registry dates. one time it needed a week, another time nearly 2 months. one time another person worked on it and possible my question has taken more time, or this person works not so quickly like another. anything is possible. it´s normal - sometimes you have to be patient. ;-)
do it in the way they stated with the bank-transfer. i know not any office in Germany or Austria which works with checks. it´s not usual in Europe and nobody likes it. it has never been enforced here.
when you not give your post-adress they cannot send the results they found or the documents if you have ordered. not all offices send what they found or what is ordered about e-mail.
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby dmurphy1940 » 13 Oct 2011, 00:16

Thanks, I've been patient. When I referred to two months, it was before they would even reply to my email, even though we had been corresponding on a regular basis. It is St. Georgen Glauchau. A prior request to Germany before this one, I received the records by email, even though I asked for them to mail it to me, and they had my address. Sorry, it sounds as though I am complaining, I am not, I am just trying to sort it all out.............
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Re: German translation/interpretation needed

Postby carinthiangirl » 13 Oct 2011, 13:07

oh, no problem. normal thoughts one has.
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