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Thanks for reaching out to me. I am available for PDF proofreading, if that's what you're looking for! If you give me your e-mail address, I'd be happy to send you my rate sheet and policies. Or you can shoot me an e-mail email@example.com
I think this is a good start considering what we were talking about earlier today. Also, I did find my software here and joined. I reached out to Ranee about Eclipse scoping software. Waiting to here back.
I am looking for more Total Eclipse, Case Catalyst, or Digital CAT scoping work. I've been typing/scoping for court reporters since the 1970s and have been scoping full-time since 2002, with experience in a great variety of areas, including medical, construction, accident reconstruction, asbestos, patent work, trials, hearings, meetings, translated proceedings, etc.
My turnaround is usually four to five BUSINESS days, although I am available for "rush" jobs or shorter returns if necessary. Just let me know what you need. I also may return jobs in a day or two at no extra charge, depending, of course, on the length of the job and my workload at the moment.
Regular – due in 4-5 days
$1.00 regular, no audio
$1.10 spot check audio
$1.25 word-for-word audio
Expedited - due in 2-3 days
$1.50 regular, no audio
$1.65 spot check audio
$1.90 word-for-word audio
Daily Copy – due in 24 hours or less
$2.00 regular, no audio
$2.20 spot check audio
$2.50 word-for-word audio
Payment is expected upon receipt of the transcript unless we have an agreement to some other terms.
I have included my resume below for your information.
Hey Lisa, no problem. I have "CART"ed many different classes. Everything you could imagine! But most recently is financial...booo....lol. My student is a finance major, so it is all about statistics and financial terms. I had my training a while back in Mass, but if you google it or go on NCRA, they should have seminars and/or training available. If you have any more questions, just let me know. Good luck again!