Why ProsePerfect?

Six reasons for choosing us:

1. No surprises

Unlike most editorial-services providers, we post our rates and give prompt, accurate estimates of costs and schedules, plus updates and progress reports. From first contact to deliverable, you always know where you stand.

2. Unexcelled quality

Our breadth of experience and depth of knowledge are unmatched in the field. See for yourself: compare our staff and our samples with those of any other service.

3. Hassle-free transactions

Ordering is done by phone, and we fill out the forms, not you. Once the job is agreed to, we send a complete statement describing the project, schedule, cost, and terms of delivery and payment. Questions or changes during the project? We're just a call or e-mail away.

4. Rapid-response scheduling

Our writer-editors are on the job within minutes of a signed agreement, and rush jobs get all the same care and attention as regular projects.

5. One free revision

The cost of one complete revision is included in the initial fee – even if you've just changed your mind. No project is complete until you're completely satisfied.

6. Guaranteed on-time delivery of regularly scheduled jobs

With a confidence born of 30+ years of success, we make this simple promise: If we miss the project deadline, even by a minute, you pay nothing.

Welcome to ProsePerfect!

ProsePerfect Quality Writing and Editing

The quality of your writing says a lot about you and your organization, and
for some tasks you simply must have the best.
When that's the case, our expert writer-editors can provide the full range of
editorial services, from airtight proofreading to complete reports, brochures,
or other documents. Promptly and conveniently, we give your writing the professionalism it deserves.

Learn how easy and affordable top-quality prose can be.


Specialists in the Corporate, Academic, Health, Training, and Transportation fields


Contact Us

e-mail: writers@proseperfect.com
telephone: 612-798-5562
fax: 612-798-5562



"I love being a writer. What I can't stand is the paperwork." – Peter de Vries