To submit any text for an estimate, send it via one of the methods listed on the Contact Kirsten page. Cutting and pasting your text into an email or sending it in an attachment is the quickest and easiest means. Attachment files may be sent in Word, PDF or Rich Text (RTF) format. Those individuals or businesses wishing to send encrypted documents may arrange to do so. Clients may also list a URL at which I can view or download a document or audio/video file for evaluation.
When first contacting me, please also explain:
Such information is critical to assessing the time and cost of preparing a document to your satisfaction. Unless noted in the Special Notices section of this site, I will respond to your inquiry within twelve to twenty-four hours.
Clients requiring transcription services should contact me explaining their project requirements in detail. Inquiries regarding such work will likewise be answered within twelve to twenty-four hours unless noted in the Special Notices section.
All clients should specify at the time of inquiry how they would prefer finished documents to be returned to them. Options include emailing via attachment, retrieval via download from a password protected page, as well as sending by international courier service or USPS. An additional fee will be added to total payment when courier or other postal services are requested.
In most cases, I begin work on a project once PayPal notifies me of payment. Exceptions to this policy can be made under specific circumstances. Please inquire if you believe you might require this option.
The Well-Constructed Sentence also accepts personal and certified checks drawn on American banks, as well as money orders. Be aware that handling by the U.S. Postal Service will slow ability to begin work on your document. Personal checks will require verification and bank clearance, a process that also takes time. Rush projects should not rely on these methods. If however, you feel more comfortable with non-internet payment methods, please contact me to make the arrangements that work for you.
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