We are a team of professional experts offering proofreading services
Our team of proofreaders helps thousands of students to present their work clearly and concisely, without undermining their fundamental arguments, concepts and ideas.
Here are 10 key reasons why you should trust Proofread My Document for all of your proofreading needs.
We’re experienced: We proofread 25 million words per year, mostly in the form of academic work, from students, academics, and professionals, all around the world.
We’re professional: Our professional proofreaders possess first-class postgraduate honours degrees, PhDs, and a vast amount of proofreading knowledge from a wide range of fields, both in academia and in the business world. All of our proofreaders are subjected to a rigorous testing process. They also receive constant training to ensure that our quality is maintained.
We’re comprehensive: Our service covers all aspects of your document. We’ll look at the spelling, grammar, punctuation, academic language use, referencing style, consistency, style, tone, structure, and formatting.
We’re efficient: We pride ourselves on our ability to proofread complex documents in short periods of time, without charging extra. We’ll proofread, edit and format documents that are 10,000 words or less, in 24 hours, for no extra cost. We also offer a rapid 12-hour service.
We’re smart: We’ll match your document to a proofreader who has some level of experience in your field; this way, your work is always read by someone who is able to contextualise it correctly.
We’re always available: Proofread My Document is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We’re understanding: We know that students who are new to this may be sceptical; this is why we provide all new customers with a 500-word free sample.
We’re secure: We provide 100% security and confidentiality for all of your documents. We also use WorldPay to safely process all of our payments.
We’re fair: If you are unhappy with any part of our service, we’ll do our best to remedy the situation.
We’re helpful: If you contact us, we’ll aim to get back to you within one hour or less.
We’re always looking to hire new proofreaders from a wide range of backgrounds and experience. If you feel that you are qualified, have an eye for detail, and enjoy proofreading, contact us for more information on how to become a part of our team. Read more
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We like to reward people for spreading the word about the services that we provide. That is how our Affiliate Scheme came into existence. Earn some money every time your friend, colleague or classmate uploads a document to our website. We’re the first academic proofreading service to introduce such a scheme; be a part of our team of affiliates and start to tell everyone about our services, today. Read more
Our aim is to offer great value to our customers. Therefore, we understand the need for close collaboration with other companies, in order to reach the students who need our services, and to deliver services that our customers would benefit from. If your company or organisation fits in with the above, contact us and become a partner, today. Read more
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