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Comment by Kathleen Clark 1 hour ago

I am a PDF proofreader ready and available to help. Let me help you look your best. Please contact me at kathleen@silverliningproofreading.com or visit www.silverliningproofreading.com for more details. For new clients, the first 15 pages are free!

Have a great week. I look forward to working with you.

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Comment by Nina Hahn on Wednesday

Let me give you some relief or time for yourself back into your life!

How? Well, first, close your eyes and...
-Imagine not having to spend time checking over your work for the millionth time.
-Imagine being able to take a night off and sleep for the rest of the night.
-Imagine being reassured by the fact that someone is there to check over your work.
-Imagine a client consistently complimenting how high your work quality is.

Doesn't that all sound great?

To make it even better, remember that when you're working with me, you can...
-Submit your request with your transcript in five minutes…
-Receive a confirmation email from us in the next few minutes…
-Be free to do whatever you want by the tenth minute…
-Get the annotations back via PDF by day two…
-Look over it, make changes, and confirm that everything is good…
-Turn in that work without doing more...

I know that's not enough to convince you, so compare the value you would get from my proofreading service, compared to if you didn’t...
-Take only ten minutes of your time max… OR spend ten minutes dreading over your huge backlog.
-Have another pair of eyes check over your work… OR miss major mistakes, due to looking at it for too long.
-Get some sleep or take a short break… OR continue working more nights and weekends without end.
-Focus better on the new jobs… OR go about your day with exhaustion weighing you down.

Now, you’ve heard my offer… I have expressed how valuable it is to your life and time. I’ve even shown you exactly what’s going to happen when you decide to give it a chance today.

So what are you waiting for?

Contact me at nhahn@nina-hahn.com OR check out https://www.nina-hahn.com/rates-availability-and-more for more information!

Comment by Allison Onstead on September 14, 2020 at 9:24

Hello! Hope everyone is staying safe, happy, and healthy!

With work resuming and life slowly returning to a "new normal," I am available to help ease some of the burden court reporters may feel by offering my services as a professional proofreader. I am friendly, fast, and reliable, and I would love to show you what I can do.

Using sources such as Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, Margie Wakeman Wells’s Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation, and The Gregg Reference Manual, I meticulously check each transcript before returning them to my clients in a timely manner. I return only the annotated pages in PDF format. This allows my clients to quickly and easily make any necessary changes. I proofread seven days a week at no additional charge for weekends.

Want to see what I can do? E-mail me 10-15 pages of a transcript, and I will proofread it for free! You can e-mail me at onsteadproofreading@gmail.com, or check out my website, www.onsteadproofreading.com, for more information! 

Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you! 

Comment by Leanne Moore on September 13, 2020 at 16:03

Are you a court reporter looking for a proofreader? I am a knowledgeable, detailed proofreader with a decade of experience catching errors and making other people's writing shine. I've been trained with Proofread Anywhere using Margie Wakeman Wells's guidelines, Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters, and the Gregg Reference Manual. I will return your polished, professional transcripts to you promptly. Your first 15 pages is free with me for first-time clients! Contact me at lmm10b@acu.edu or at (309) 337-2018. 

Comment by Sarah Scott on August 27, 2020 at 14:11

Comment by Bonnie Echmalian on August 10, 2020 at 8:25

* PDF Proofreading
* Available 7 Days a Week
* Quick Turnaround

www.beproofreading.com
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Comment by Sarah Scott on July 30, 2020 at 6:59
I know things are getting busy all over! If you’re looking for a teammate to help you polish your transcripts so you can keep Zooming, check out www.2020proofreading.com
Comment by Taryn Bozeman on July 30, 2020 at 5:57

Are you a busy court reporter that needs to lighten your load? Or maybe you need a backup proofreader now that things are starting to get back to normal. I proofread your PDF transcripts according to your preferences.

For new clients, your first 20 pages are free. No extra charge for weekends or holidays!

If you want impeccable work every time, contact me at bozemanproofreading@gmail.com or http://linkedin.com/in/tarynbozeman.


Comment by Rhonda McDougal on July 29, 2020 at 21:02

Let me help make your transcript even better.

Palmetto Proofreading

Comment by Lona Raye Bigelow on July 29, 2020 at 16:44

Frustrated? Anxious? Depressed? Questioning? Wanting to get back to work? Maybe you’ve had one or a few of these feelings since COVID came into our lives. I know I have. There seems to be a lot of “just waiting” to see what the future holds. It can be tough, but the future is as bright as the promises of God.

I hope you have been able to get back to work. If you have started getting back into the courtroom or you are using Zoom for your depos, I’m available to team up with you at any time in your work journey.

I’d love to proofread for you and help to make your load lighter.

Check out my website and contact me. Things will get better. Hold on! – Lona Bigelow

www.conqueringcommas.com lonabigelow@gmail.com

Comment by Monica Reinhard on July 28, 2020 at 6:15

I’m Monica, and I want to be your next proofreader.

I am educated in the legal field with paralegal certification, and I have developed and honed skills to accurately polish your transcripts. I have learned from and completed the only online course that teaches these skills -- the skills that can meet your needs.

I return a meticulously proofread transcript that has been analyzed and worked on through the standards of Gregg Reference Manual, Morson’s English Guide for Court Reporters, and Margie Wakeman’s Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation text.

I have a wide availability, I do not charge extra for weekend work, and I can also be a backup proofreader for a court reporter or fellow proofreader who needs a hand with their workload.

When working with me at Reinhard Proofreading, reporters will receive:

A preference sheet
Corrected pages via email on PDF
A completed and accurate transcript on time EVERY time.
You can find me at reinhardproofreading@monicareinhard.com or monicareinhard.com/transcript-proofreading.html

I look forward to working with you!

Comment by Laura Tirronen, RPR/RMR on July 27, 2020 at 3:00

Professional proofreader, former court reporter, RPR/RMR, available for extra work.  I have been proofreading for topnotch court reporters since 2002.  Contact:  lauramtirronen@gmail.com.  Thank you!

Comment by Tracy Gregory on July 20, 2020 at 6:12

I am an experienced proofreader with more than two decades of experience. I am of the old-fashioned variety, preferring to work from .txt (Notepad) files and providing an errata sheet of queries and corrections that is as simple as it gets. I maintain running word lists on each case and I research name spellings and industry terminology for verification/quality assurance purposes. At the present time, I am working for two awesome West Coast reporters, but their work has sadly been not sufficient to generate the steady and consistent income I need to continue working as a home-based proofreader. My desire is to work exclusively for one reporter who can keep me busy by providing steady work. Anyone who is interested in my rates and references can contact me at pascribe721@gmail.com. Serious inquiries with immediate need please. Thank you for reading, and I look forward to working with you!

Comment by Kim Kyle on July 16, 2020 at 12:01

Experienced and reliable PDF and Case Catalyst proofreader looking to take on a couple of new clients. I've worked as a magazine editor and I have a B.A. in psychology from the University of San Francisco. Punctual and reliable,

Contact me at: kim@kyleproofreading.com and check out my website at: www.kyleproofreading.com. I look forward to working with you!

Comment by Patrice M Tompkins on July 16, 2020 at 10:29

 I am a Case CATalyst and PDF proofreader.  I spent the last few months sharpening my skills in classes offered by Margie Wakeman Wells.

In Case CATalyst I can use Scanstops, Hidden Keys and Track Changes or whatever method you prefer to make corrections so that you are completely in control of your transcript.  I use iAnnotate for PDF proofing, making annotations above your text so nothing is ever changed in your transcripts.

I have availability in my schedule.  Please email me at ptompkins@pmtproofreading.com or visit my website at pmtproofreading.com for details.

Comment by Shelly Coe on July 8, 2020 at 18:31

 

Hello, court reporters!

I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and safe! 

Is work picking up yet?  

As things start to open up, you may find yourself overwhelmed with work or that your regular proofreaders are also overwhelmed with work.

I have proofreading experience and would love to help.   

For those who could use medical expertise, I have 12 years of experience as a medical transcriptionist.  

Let’s connect and see if we might be a good fit for each other.  I look forward to hearing from you!

E-mail:  shellycoe.proofreader@gmail.com

Comment by Sarah Scott on July 8, 2020 at 14:07

*PDF proofreader

*ProofreadAnywhere graduate

*completed Margie Wakeman Wells Grammar Basics course 

www.2020proofreading.com

Comment by Sarah Scott on July 8, 2020 at 14:04

Comment by Rhonda McDougal on July 2, 2020 at 12:58

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