Bargains can sometimes be deceptive.
You were thrilled to take home a pre-lit Christmas tree you thought was a steal at 80 percent off—until you discovered only 20 percent of it actually lit up.
Or you bought a friend’s used car that seemed perfect for your 16-year-old daughter, only to spend twice the list price on repairs in the first two months.
Buyer’s remorse can also happen when it comes to shopping for language services—and sometimes the results are much worse.
Here are three costly consequences of choosing the lowest-cost language service provider without regard for quality.Read More