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GoProofreading.com Review

Price
When it comes to pricing you get three options for their proofreading and editing services. You may choose between the standard service, the premium service and the platinum service. They offer editing proofreading services and they do it at student prices, with the standard editing services for students costs starting from just five dollars. The premium standard starts from seven dollars. They offer a fair price for both proofreading and editing services that allows students to use them. Read More →

Scribendi.com Review

Price
They do not make it easy to find prices for any of their editing and proofreading services. They have not heard of the three click rule in web design because it will take you a lot of clicks to find their instant quote tool. You have to select the type of service you want, such as copy editing and proofreading, and then enter the word count of your document. You should indicate your deadline and it will tell you how many words up to or from that you must have. You then click the quote button to get your quote. Read More →

Proofreadingpal.com Review

Price
As you will see from their pricing page, their service is priced based on the deadline of the work you require done. Pricing is heavily built into the deadline to the point where they give you a price per word, your deadline, and your maximum word count. This applies to all of their services, from Book and Manuscript Proofreading to thesis and essay editing. They do offer affordable online proofreading services, even if the pricing structure is somewhat of a flat rate per deadline. Read More →

Proof-reading.com Review

Price
They have a pretty fair pricing system for their Professional proofreading and editing services. You can choose between a bronze, silver, gold, platinum, sapphire and diamond pricing system, where each becomes incrementally more expensive. The pricing structure makes it sound as if it is based on quality, when it is actually based on deadline. The bronze Proofreading services are for 72 hours and the diamond ones are for 3 hour deadlines. Read More →

Wordy.com Review

Price
They have a pricing structure that is quite transparent, which sadly works to their detriment when it comes to people understanding it. They show you the price for larger pieces as standard, going from 2250 words for things such as their essay proofreading up to 44,400 words for their larger proofreading service. This automatically puts larger prices up on the screen which some people are going to misinterpret as them having higher prices than they do. The prices they charge are actually pretty standard when compared with similar services. Read More →

Theproofreaders.com Review

Price
They offer a lot of services, from editing and proofreading academic works, to working on website proofreading. Their pricing structure is not so great due to the fact that it is laid out very poorly on their website. A structured system that leads the reader from one pricing element to another would have been better than the tabulated version they have installed on the website. Their prices are also based on price per work and per page, which can get confusing if you are trying to order essay editing and English editing services and you end up looking at different methods of pricing. Read More →

Proof-Reading-Services.org Review

Price
They have a pretty fair pricing structure for their academic proofreading services. Check their prices section on the website and you will see that they give you a muddy version of their prices, but do give you the flat rate of 0.849 per word. This does not go up, even if the project needs a lot of work, which may explain why it is slightly elevated per word. On the other hand, this means that they are going to set themselves up for a lot of work if they are asked to proofread or edit a particularly bad piece of work. Read More →

Proofreadingservice247.com Review

Price
They offer a good Academic Proofreading service at a price that most students can afford. They also do Personal Proofreading at a good price too. If you want a price for your project then you need to go to the quoting tool. It then gives you a quote for your project via a list of deadlines and associated prices. Their tool is not the best idea, since it shows a lack of transparency, but does give you an idea of their prices if you try it. Read More →

Editmyenglish.com Review

Price
They offer proofreading services that are priced according to how long each customer gives them before wanting the work back. They offer a service for proofreading and editing that starts at $5.59 per 275 words which is for a 48hr service, and they have their 3hr service that costs $8.49 per 275 words. They do mention that a page is 275 words and that the document must be ten pages or under if you want it doing within three hours. That is for the people who say, “Edit my English” and then expect a full dissertation to be done in three hours. Read More →

Papercheck.com Review

Price
They go to the trouble of showing you a sample of their prices on their home page for their proofreading and editing service. This is a nice sign to indicate that they are proud of their editing and proofreading prices. This is actually rather good, even though their prices are slightly above the average, it does give you a nice idea of what price to expect. It is better than the websites that hide their prices under layers of sales web pages. Their home page shows how their service prices correspond to the given deadline. Read More →