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Comment by Sarah Scott on November 16, 2020 at 9:01

Comment by Trisha Snell on November 14, 2020 at 14:35

I am a PDF proofreader with room to add a couple more reporters.

Comment by Mary Jo Keenan on November 10, 2020 at 14:21

Hello All,
I am a PA proofreader looking to add another reporter or two. I have over 18 years of scoping experience and over five years of proofreading experience.
Reliable, meticulous and willing to adapt to your preferences. Reasonable per-page rates and quick turnaround.
I use an iPad (iAnnotate app).  Simply e-mail me your PDF file.  I will e-mail
back the entire annotated document or only the annotated pages, whichever you prefer.
Thank you for your consideration!

mjproofperfect@gmail.com

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Comment by Taryn Bozeman on October 26, 2020 at 7:41

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.

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 Francesca Hernandez on October 14, 2020 at 5:41
Are you looking for a solid and reliable proofreader to consistently work with?
Do you have a preference for your proofreader to work in PDF? 
I am currently looking to partner with two reporters for a professional, long-term relationship.
Contact me at formaverba@gmail.com or visit formaverba.com to learn more.

Comment by Kim Kyle on October 11, 2020 at 11:34

Experienced PDF and Case Catalyst proofreader looking to take on a couple of new clients. I’ve worked as a magazine editor and I’m a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of San Francisco. Punctual and reliable.

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

Comment by Troy Swezey on October 9, 2020 at 11:00

With Halloween right around the corner, I want to buy each of my court reporters a pumpkin.
I thought about it until I realized it would require an absurd amount of logistics, postage, and... pumpkins.
Get yours right away. Details in the picture.

Comment by Sarah Scott on October 9, 2020 at 10:55

Comment by Taylor Anne Smith on September 30, 2020 at 8:37

Specializing in proofreading transcripts for court reporters.

I strive to provide the cleanest and most accurate transcripts possible to my clients. I have a passion for words; more importantly, I have a passion for editing and spotting even the tiniest of errors on every page. My training was through the course Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice. I have proofread thousands of pages of transcripts, and have taken strenuous, upper-level editing courses through Oklahoma Baptist University.

I proof transcripts in PDF format, marking notations directly on the page. You will receive the corrected pages back with my notations marked in red ink and yellow highlighter.

Manuals: Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters, the Gregg Reference Manual, and Margie Wakeman Wells (Court Reporting: Bad Grammar/Good Punctuation)

Please contact me at OzarkProofreading@gmail.com for pricing and any questions you may have!
 Also, find me on LinkedIn!

Comment by Bonnie Echmalian on September 30, 2020 at 7:23

Overworked? Overextended? That's when we tend to make mistakes and get frustrated.
I can help you get some rest and keep your sanity.
Proofreading available 7 days a week.
BE Proofreading


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Comment by Alicia Pitts on September 26, 2020 at 9:18

Are you a busy reporter that needs a bit of help? Are you looking for a backup proofreader now that things are getting busy again? Are you tired of proofreading your scopist’s work after your workday is done? Let me help!!! I proofread your PDF transcripts according to your preferences. This allows you to retain control of your transcript so that you have the final say. I read your document word for word looking for spelling, punctuation, and context issues.

If you want on-time work, every time, contact me at bigvalleyproofreading@gmail.com or visit my website at www.bigvalleyproofreading.com.

Comment by Kathleen Clark on September 20, 2020 at 19:09

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.

Comment by Nina Hahn on September 16, 2020 at 11:12

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! 

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