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1. Scroll through our services and choose the writing support you want. We offer writing supports for different types of projects, supports for English as a second language (TESOL), and disability supports.
2. Contact HelpWriteNow using the online message box below. Let us know exactly the help you are looking for and—this is very important—when you need to have the writing support completed.
3. HelpWriteNow will review your email telling us your specific online writing support needs and will email an invoice/work order agreement through PayPal.
Payment is due upon receipt of the invoice/work order agreement. The HelpWriteNow writing support work order agreement will be written on the invoice, as well as the specific writing support(s) you have requested, the price for your writing support(s), and the turn around time for completion of your project, all as per the HelpWriteNow Policy Statement for Writing Support.
4. If you agree and everything is detailed correctly—click the “Pay” button on the invoice. Simple and easy!
If you don’t agree with the HelpWriteNow writing support agreement or any of the information on the invoice—do not pay the invoice! Send HelpWriteNow a message by email or using the message box on our website to let us know.
If you have changed your mind and no longer want online writing support from HelpWriteNow—do not pay the invoice! Send HelpWriteNow a message by email or using the online message box on our website to let us know you have changed your mind. No hassles, no problem!
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