Language Service

Redfame Language Service

Redfame Publishing offers professional proofreading and editing services in English to students and academics for their PhD theses, dissertations, research papers, journal articles, and other professional documents.

1. What We Do

a. Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.

b. Check for problems with parallelism, tense, and conjugation.

c. Eliminate inappropriate language and improve word choice.

d. Conform to your choice of British or American English

2. Our Proofreaders

Our proofreaders are PhDs and native English speakers with excellent communication skills. They also possess expertise in your area of research to ensure that grammar issues do not hinder the acceptance of your paper.

3. Proofreading Process

a. Submit Your Document. Please submit your manuscript in MS-Word format to following email address:

Note: Please note that if the bibliography and appendices do not require proofreading, you may delete them from the manuscript before submitting it to save on costs.

b. Pay the Proofreading Fee. We encourage you to pay the proofreading fee by credit card via the PayPal system, which is a faster and safer way to send money. PayPal allows users, whether or not they are PayPal members, to use all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.

Please select the desired turnaround speed below and enter the English style and word count of your document. Then, click the ‘Add to Cart‘ button. Next, update the ‘Quantity‘ with your article’s word count, and click the ‘Check out‘ button to complete the payment process using PayPal.

Select Turnround Speed
English Style
Enter Word Count (e.g. 4566)
Other Information

c. Initiate the Proofreading Service. The managing editor will review your manuscript and assign an appropriate proofreader with relevant scientific expertise. The total process will take 2-7 business days, depending on your chosen turnaround time.

d. Return the Re-edited Paper to the Author. All changes will be highlighted using the ‘Track Changes’ feature in MS Word so that you can easily see where improvements have been made. You can review these changes individually or simply click ‘Accept All Changes’ proposed by the proofreader.

If you have any questions, please contact us at