If you have been instructed to pay for a translation to the paypal account email@example.com, you are likely to have been scammed. I am being very generous, by saying likely.
This account is used in connection to a number of fake translator resumes sent by SPAM to translation companies worldwide. The resumes are impressive, and the “translators” nice native speakers. Well, it turns out they are neither translators or native speakers of European languages – they are Middle Eastern scammers.
The name affiliated with the email firstname.lastname@example.org is Walid Issa, supposedly a Palestine based individual. That we will never know for sure, for paypal does not disclose location of their accountholders, and gmail does not allow identifying the IP of origin of any email sent through its servers.
I ran a test, and guess what? The translation was done on google translate, unedited.
So, if you have been instructed to pay a translation to the paypal account email@example.com, beware. The same applies to firstname.lastname@example.org