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What does this German means in English?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Vanrithy, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. Vanrithy

    Vanrithy Power Member

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    I used G Translate, but could not clearly understand these sentences.
    Would someone mind give the meaning of these sentences in the understandable English?

    Thank you in advanced!
     
  2. Etranger

    Etranger Newbie

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    Based on my limited German training:

    "Hello, I would like to know if you have already transferred my money?"

    I can't guarantee that's correct, but I think it is.
     
  3. johnconnor

    johnconnor Regular Member

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    Translation by Etranger is correct. But this sentence isn't written by a native German - too many mistakes.
     
  4. socialmediapro

    socialmediapro Jr. VIP Jr. VIP UnGagged Attendee

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    Hello I am a native german speaker and I can guarantee you that the person who wrote this can not speak german properly! Probably a scammer but never a german person!
     
  5. Tobi252

    Tobi252 Newbie

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    As mentioned above, this is no proper German. It was definitely not written by a German person.
     
  6. IAmNotLegend

    IAmNotLegend Regular Member

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    You are late bro, OP would have transferred the money by now!