Academicplagiarism

Academicplagiarism

Academicplagiarism is a professional editing and proofreading service, founded in 2010, and headquartered in New York City. They are staffed by college professors and professional editors with many years of experience in various academic fields. They produce the online software, Academicplagiarism, which prevents and detects plagiarism to help editors, students, and educators avoid potential instances of plagiarism.

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United States
Year Founded
2010
Employees
10
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