Online plagiarism check

by ProWritingAid Jan 23, 2014, 2 Comments

Our plagiarism checker is designed to help you detect unoriginal content in your writing. Once you have detected unoriginal content you will be able to add proper citations to your document.

Plagiarism is a major concern for many people, especially people writing academic works. Even fiction authors can run into issues with plagiarism. Dan Brown was taken to court over alleged plagiarism in the Da Vinci Code.

The plagiarism checks performed by ProWritingAid will check your work against over a billion web-pages and articles to make sure that you have correctly cited any unoriginal content. It is easy for unoriginal content to slip into your work, and the consequences can be disastrous.

Checking your work with our online plagiarism checking, before submitting it, will help make sure that you properly cite any unoriginal content.

You can use our plagiarism checker either online, or within Microsoft Word. All you need to do is purchase credits in order to use it. Credits are available from as little as $5.

There are several free online plagiarism checkers, but be careful if you use them. Make sure that you read the Terms of Service for the website. Several of them state that they may re-sell your text to students. Others do not offer the same depth of coverage that our plagiarism checker does. This might result in you not correctly citing a part of your text.

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