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Comment by Marna Jane Pawl on November 7, 2016 at 16:28
Who is proofreading your transcripts?

I offer consistently accurate work, on time, with your preferences. I proofread in PDF format, marking easy-to-read notations directly above the text and return the corrected pages to you via e-mail. Communication is easy and open. Contact me to discuss your proofreading needs. I look forward to working with you!

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Comment by Tori Mertz on November 7, 2016 at 6:24

Hi! My name is Tori Grace Mertz and I'd be happy to be your proofreader. Kind, reliable, efficient, and hardworking -- those are just a few words to describe what you can expect from me. I'm a no-nonsense kind of girl. I do the work exactly how you want it and get it back to you exactly when you need it, clean, polished, and ready-to-go. 

I am available for all types of work. Consistent or sporadic. Hundreds of pages of just a few. A one-time job or a more long-term relationship. Whatever you need, I'm up for the job.

I proofread and edit directly into a PDF file. I can give you instructions on how to create a PDF if you are unfamiliar with this method. It's really simple!

For more in-depth information, check out my LinkedIn profile at

Please don't hesitate to ask any questions you might have by emailing me at

Have a lovely day.

Comment by Marna Jane Pawl on November 2, 2016 at 18:10
Are you looking for a transcript proofreader you can count on? You can rely on me to get the details right and deliver your transcript on time. I work hard to be responsive, flexible, and available. You can be certain that your work will be proofed to a high standard with your preferences. A professional proofreader is an investment in your time and reputation.

My broad range of experience in court reporting, lactation, and surgery has made me proficient in legal and medical terminology. Many of my patients spoke little or no English, so I have experience communicating through interpreters. I provide a fresh set of eyes to make sure that your finished transcript is clear and easy to understand. I offer a valuable solution to managing your workload, freeing up time to handle other responsibilities. I look forward to working with you.
Comment by Regina Ewell on October 31, 2016 at 11:21

I am a transcript proofreader looking for some new work.  I am available all week, and I do not charge extra for weekends.  My rates start at $0.35 a page for standard work.  You can reach me from my website or at

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Comment by MJ Donis on October 31, 2016 at 9:57

I’m a mistrans seeker and comma tweaker, and I will dig through your transcripts to unearth hidden errors. PDF proofing is compatible with any software, and you will see errors with their suggested fixes in context. I do lots of court work and can provide references.

Check out my website or email me ( for more info.

Comment by Brooke Andrews on October 30, 2016 at 17:13

Hi! I’m a reliable and conscientious proofreader who is accepting new clients. I have experience with thousands of transcript pages, and I have a keen eye for spotting several different types of errors. I use Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, Margie Wakeman Wells’ Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good punctuation, and The Gregg Reference Manual as my guides. I will follow your lead and proofread to your preferences. My rates are very affordable, and I do not charge extra for weekends. Please email me at for more information. Thank you! :-)

Comment by Alison Smith on October 29, 2016 at 19:08

I am new to this group and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Alison. I live in Colorado, but proofing digitally allows me to work with clients nationwide. My career has been varied and that has served me well. I've built a reputation for being the go-to colleague that could get any job done quickly and correctly while being pleasant. Kindness and communication go a long way! 

In addition to my bachelor's degree in education, I've recently finalized my formal training by completing the online course Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice. I’ve proofed thousands of pages and I regularly reference Lillian I. Morson, The Gregg Reference Manual, and Margie Wakeman Wells. I have a close relationship with my dictionary as well. I will, however, defer to your preferences as a priority. As I mentioned, I prefer to proof digitally (PDF). Send over your job and I will return only annotated pages via email. I am currently accepting new clients and look forward to hearing from you!


Comment by Kiona on October 28, 2016 at 11:27

 PDF proofreader now accepting new clients. Whether you have a single job or want to build a team with me, I am the proofreader for the job! I have completed formal training and use Margie's punctuation techniques, but I am comfortable adjusting to your personal preferences. Weekend work will not cost extra, and I am offering 10 pages proofread for free for new clients to ensure that I am a good fit for you. My passion is making you look good. Visit my website at, visit my LinkedIn at, or contact me directly for immediate assistance at

Comment by Jill Marie Harris on October 27, 2016 at 18:22
Hello! My name is Jill Marie Harris. If you are looking for a dependable, conscientious proofreader, I would love to work with you! I proofread in PDF format and return the annotated pages. I would be happy to proofread 10-15 pages for free so you can see for yourself if we would be a good fit. I am very comfortable with medical terminology, having been a medical transcriptionist for many years. I charge 0.40/page for two-day turnaround, and I do not charge extra for weekends. Feel free to contact me at or you may call me at 330-280-6586. Thank you for your consideration!
Comment by Amy Schauland on October 27, 2016 at 10:29

Greetings! I'm Amy Schauland, the eyes behind Sparrow's Eye Proofreading. All my life I've loved the written word, and errors have always leaped off the page at me. I mark up transcripts and return them via PDF file, eliminating the need for reams of paper and quarts of ink. For reference I use The Gregg Reference Manual, Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation by Margie Wakeman Wells, Merriam-Webster Dictionary, reporter preferences, and good ol' Google.

I understand how important it is for legal documents to be as accurate and squeaky clean as possible. Spend less time repeatedly going over the same material and use that time how you want. Let me help you look your best by being another line of defense against sneaky errors. Please visit my website for more detailed information, or shoot me an email at

Comment by Allison Marullo on October 27, 2016 at 9:35

Hello! My name is Allison and I am a highly skilled and meticulous proofreader looking to add two or three more regular reporters to my clientele. With a long background in the biomedical sciences, I bring to my work a sharp eye for detail, an aptitude for precision, and a strong familiarity with scientific and medical language. I am committed to using all of my knowledge and talent to help you turn in the most polished transcripts possible! I can proofread on PDF or provide an errata sheet, and I'll always make it a point to respect your personal preferences.

For full details about my services (and special offers!), I invite you to visit my website: I can also be reached by email at

Have a wonderful day! I'm looking forward to working with you!!

Comment by Amy on October 26, 2016 at 22:13


I know finding a proofreader and building your team can be stressful. It can be hard to find the right fit! If you're looking for someone who knows the importance of good communication, takes pride in a job well done, proofs to YOUR preferences, and values humility and self-improvement, please contact me! I am a PDF and DigitalCAT proofreader looking for reporters who need a full-time or backup proofreader. Feel free to visit my website,, or send me an e-mail at I can't wait to be a member of your team!

Comment by Tiffany Klender on October 26, 2016 at 20:37

Good day to you! 

Transcript proofreading is my specialty, and I take pride in helping you produce clean, outstanding work. I love to build open, trusting relationships with my clients. Whether you're looking for a full-time proofreader, a backup, or just a set of fresh eyes to look over your work when you're overworked, contact me at Thank you, and I look forward to working with you! 

Comment by Julie Murphy on October 26, 2016 at 12:55


I’m a transcript proofreader looking for new clients, and if you are searching for someone to help you do what you do best, I’d love to work with you!

With a background in customer service, I understand the importance of great communication and collaboration to meet common goals, and we can work together to produce excellent transcripts.

With my eagle-eyed skills, I proofread for inconsistencies, misspellings, missing and incorrect words, formatting issues, punctuation errors, and more. My preferred method is to proofread to PDF and return annotated pages. And I’m happy to work with your individual preferences.

My availability is very flexible, and I offer a low rate for new clients. For rates and more details about my services, please visit my website

Thank you for considering me!

Comment by Zorana Telebak on October 25, 2016 at 15:22


Black Belt Proofreader here. :D I have thousands of pages of various proceedings under my belt, and I truly enjoy returning transcripts that reflect my very best efforts. I’m seeking to team up with those who love their work, as I do mine, and wish to build a collaborative relationship where I focus on my specialty — kicking out errors — and you focus on yours.

While Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, The Gregg Reference Manual, and Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation are close friends of mine, I always tailor corrections to your personal preferences.

Details about my process and anything else you might be curious about can be found at For the most prompt response, reach out to me via Have a lovely week!

Comment by Jacque Haines on October 20, 2016 at 18:56

Impeccable proofreader with extensive experience scoping and proofing is looking for a couple of new reporters.  I use iAnnotate, the absolute fastest and easiest way to proof and correct your's a $10 app you can download and get started.  Medical problem.  Need a little help with problem.  Now retired, I have LOTS of time...two-day turnaround, $.30 per page.  Your lead, I'll follow.

Comment by Maia Xiong on October 16, 2016 at 11:44

I can help you achieve error-free transcripts. I have a full background in banking, human resources, and the home health care industry. I offer a low rate for new clients, and I do not charge extra for weekend work. With my services, you can expect quality, affordability, and reliability. Details can be found at, or you can e-mail me at I look forward to working with you soon!

Comment by Chelsie Stover on October 12, 2016 at 12:01
Hello! I'm a transcript proofreader looking to add a few clients to my rotation. I generally proofread in PDF format and return only the corrected pages, making it quick and easy for you to see the errors. I am also comfortable doing errata sheets if that's your preferred format, and I'm generally flexible about working with the unique preferences of each client. For rates and other information, please check out my website at or email me at I'd love to help you!
Comment by Marilyn Zelinsky on October 12, 2016 at 7:36

Hello, all. I am a transcript proofreader, and I’d like to be your go-to person when you’re in a jam or when you have time to spare. Adding a client or two to my current schedule would be ideal. I charge .35/page for regular 3-day turnaround. I work with pdf files and return annotated pages in pdf format. Please visit my website: to learn more about me, my services, and my special discount for first-time clients!

Comment by Christina Boutin on October 5, 2016 at 11:17

Hi, all!  I'm a proofreader with 3 years' experience and also worked in a court reporting firm for 8 years, so I fully understand the ins and outs of this industry.  I have a bachelor's degree in English/Mass Communications and a sharp eye for anything grammatical.  I also do research on names, places of business, technical terminology, etc.  My rates are very reasonable and I usually return work within a day to a day and a half.  I typically read from text files and send corrections through Google Drive or scanned/e-mailed errata sheets, but I'm always open to suggestions!  New work is always welcome, so feel free to send me a message on this site or e-mail  Thank you!

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