As stated in the title, do Gengo translators have to stamp, certify, or notarize translated materials?
I am asking because I was recently asked by a customer to "stamp and certify" the translated material.
It's an interesting request which I did not see coming.
I tried going though community posts and FAQs but wasn't able to find a clear yes-or-no answer.
Does anyone in the Translator Community have an answer to this, or did anyone have a similar experience?