Clients, how do you expect to receive assignments from such writers when following simple forum rules/instructions is a problem?
You're comparing apples and oranges because the two things have absolutely nothing to do with one another: the same way breaking the posted speed limit on the way to work has nothing to do with whether or not a businessman is legitimate or fraudulent in his business practices. In fact, the connection is even weaker than the speeding businessman because speeding involves actually breaking a law whereas breaking the posting rules of any Internet forum does not. Still, it's silly to suggest that nobody should trust a businessman to honor his client relationships or to respect the laws governing his business because he regularly "breaks laws" of the road. I've previously admitted to breaking the rules of this forum, and I've been punished for it, and I've stopped doing it; but I've never been accused of violating the trust of any of my clients.
There are many people from India, Pakistan, Malaysia who are superb!
Just out of curiosity, are you one of the people in your organization who determine whether or not job applicants can write clearly in fluent English?
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