SilverSpirit - 12:29 am on Dec 3, 2011 (gmt 0)
Correct? The single page I uploaded to my website is still live, and the text appears perfectly to the human eye. However Google does not recognize any words in it, since every word is actually a mix of Western European and Cyrillic characters. Cyrillic is made of unique characters, as well as characters that look exactly like ours. E.g. the letters "M" "o" "c" "b" etc. display the same in Russian and in English, but they actually have a different code. To complicate matters further, the con artist sent me a mix of various cyrillic alphabets, mixed with Wester European.
So, you don't see this when you receive the articles from them? You don't see this when copy/pasting them? You don't see the errors when uploading?
I guess this all goes back to the ole saying you get what you pay for.[/sure]My experience is that you CAN get quality articles at low price. Some people just have the ability to write (or talk) endlessly; some don't. I don't. You also get low quality articles - that is normal. But I had never seen deceit before.