I wonder if this carried over to Bob Thiel’s AI translations????
A Linda Jane, from Huntsville, Alabama, USA, she says, acts, since at least 2015, as the “stateside” point of contact for unwary translation clients, mainly those requesting Asian languages for Christian materials. She even has a website to show (but, of course, with no address and no phone number): Teams of Translators / teams-of-translators.webnode.com . The website shows very interesting characters.
From an anonymous source: Banned additions in red. Also, note that this is a compilation of three separate emails.
Bob has gotten huffy about those who’ve figured out that his many new translations are done via AI. He has denied that he uses AI for his translations. Well, it turns out that this is just another half-truth.
Bob is paying a shady service that at the very least makes false claims about its translators, using photos of other people deceptively and putting false names to those photos. It appears that Bob’s translation service uses AI while claiming otherwise, and while making false claims about its “translators”. I looked up the “Linda Jane” who Bob mentions in his 11/16 letter to the CCOG brethren, and it turns out that she’s a scammer. Skip to Note 147 (posted below) here: Translator-Scammers-Notes
On Thiels cult website he writes:
“As far as false prophecies go, Herbert W. Armstrong had misunderstandings related to WWII and sometimes pointed to dates that he should not have–and we do not attempt to defend his errors. To his credit, however, he asserted that he was not a prophet.“
Thiel, you need to repent!