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How to Spot Scam Websites for Proofreading Services

Updated: July 29, 2019

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  1. A supposedly legit editing company which is located in Toronto Canda by the name of Editfast last november 2018 promised me on the internet to go over a manuscript of a book project which i want to publish , i trusted the agent of this supposedly edit company by paying 3000US dollars in advance , but nothing was done about the correction of this manuscript, only work that was done few months after that i sent the manuscript was to add some titles from the manuscript on a system that is call Navigation . A real scam.

    1. I’m so sorry that happened to you, Felix. I hope you can avoid any more scams from here on out!

  2. Everyone who is susceptible to being conned by spam service providers who advertise low prices but end up overcharging should be aware of this.

    You did a good job of explaining the criteria that may be used to separate and select the best proofreading services. All writers and researchers can benefit from following these easy procedures.

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