My plagiarism alert brought me a Press Release today, mint-new!
PRWeb announced: Plagiarism Removal Introduces Plagiarism Checking Services : The service ensures no project has copied content from another body of academic work.
It’s a new service… and it might even be funny if it weren’t so sad.
Plagiarism Removal is a site based in India. If it’s front-page looks familiar, that could be because it bears strong similarities with the WriteCheck website: the fonts, the layout, the icons, the buttons the colours, the intent…
One of the services which Plagiarism Removal offers is a “plagiarism check”:
We shall check your document with latest and reliable plagiarism checking software and provide you with match percentage which shall depict the extent to which your document is copied.
A simple Plagiarism Check will set you back 900 rupees (about 10.70 €uro) plus service tax for up to 10 pages / 2500 words. Another service, Plagiarism Removal, costs 3000 rupees (35.65 €uros). A Plagiarism Check AND Plagiarism Removal costs 3500 rupees, and there are consulting services too. Whatever they are. I was too busy wondering how the service could remove plagiarism without running a plagiarism check…
How do they remove
Our academic writers understand the point that you wish to state, read through the resources, and then rewrite using original words. (Plagiarism Removal: Removing Plagiarism)
Right, that makes it original, doesn’t it? And then it’s not plagiarism, is it? And I do like the disclaimer:
While it is not possible to do away with such problem completely, we assure that over 70% of the plagiarised text will be treated and rewritten.