FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are your services confidential?

Yes, absolutely. All of your interactions and the work that we do for you are 100% confidential. We are happy to send you a Non-Disclosure Agreement before you submit any of your work to us.

Are you willing to sign a contract?

Of course! Once we agree to general terms, we will gladly draft a contract and send it to you for review and approval.

How long does it take to edit a dissertation or thesis?

Turnarounds can vary per the complexity of the order. However, we will always provide you with an exact turnaround before you proceed with your order. Typically, documents containing fewer than 50 pages will take 3-5 business days to edit, whereas full-length dissertations (100-250 pages) typically take 7-10 business days. We can often expedite this service, though rush fees may apply.

How does “free revisions” work?

Free revisions work in two ways: (1) If there are objective errors remaining in the text or formatting, we will revise free of charge; (2) if you make minor edits to your document in response to our comments, we will review and edit these for you free of charge. NOTE: In order for us to review your changes, you must highlight or track them so that they are easily visible. If you add more than 200 words of total content, we will charge only for the additional content at the same per-word billing rate

What if there are errors left in the edited copy?

While no edit is ever 100% perfect, typographical errors should be very rare. If you find any errors in your document, simply return the dissertation as soon as possible and we will re-edit it free of charge.

How do I know what level of editing will work best for my material?

Feel free to e-mail your dissertation to us and we’ll review and provide feedback on which type of editing may work best for you.

May I speak with you over the phone or via Skype?

Of course! I am focused on providing the absolute best in customer service. I am aways available to you by via text (951-545-6876) and via voice on the phone at an agreed apon time.

Will you write my dissertation for me?

Absolutely not. We unequivocally refuse to write content for academic submission and will not support plagiarism or academic dishonesty of any kind.

How does payment work?

How does payment work?
I offer a wide range of payment plans, though a deposit is always due upfront to schedule your order. I accept credit cards, PayPal, Western Union money transfer and bank to bank transfers. Please note there is a 3% processing fee.

Is editing my dissertation or thesis considered cheating?

Absolutely not! Many professors expect their students to seek professional editing assistance to ensure that the text is free of technical errors and properly formatted. The service I provide focuses on improving the mechanics and clarity of your content rather than writing original work—which would be considered plagiarism.

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