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Brains Online Save Time & Money

Press Release from Simon Angelo at SurfBrains.com:

BRAINS ONLINE SAVE TIME & MONEY

The internet connects people together anytime, anywhere. This is the basis of SurfBrains.com, an internet site that provides a direct link to academic and professional experts. SurfBrains is becoming a valuable resource for students and businesspeople who use it to gain academic and professional help over the net. Auckland based, the site has been providing assistance to a growing number of users throughout Australasia.

For students at all levels of study there are highly qualified tutors for almost every subject. Students ask questions, request study notes or detailed explanations and gain advice for tests and exams. The site allows students to send in essays or practice tests for checking and advice on improvement. SurfBrains has already helped many students up from fail grades to A’s, proving that the system improves academic performance.

There are also brains on this site that give professional help. Qualified and experienced business/computer/legal consultants and speechwriters are at the user’s disposal. Users gain the advisory services of these professionals online, saving time and money. Information can be sent in to the service and documents or reports produced.

Anyone interested in using the internet to lift their academic, business performance or just get some good value advice fast should check www.surfbrains.com.

Contact: Simon Angelo SurfBrains.com Ltd PO Box 74522, Market Rd Auckland, New Zealand Tel: 64-9-529 4220 Fax: 64-9-524 1484 email: simon@surfbrains.com (676751513)


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