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occasions that the data they use to try to get you to pay for their service was inaccurate with the actual paid data. In my interprets for market sizes, I always require that if you use Statista, you must corroborate their data.The default country for all requests is the United States.Make sure to work directly in the Wonder platform, not in an external doc. Although, it is advised to keep a copy of your work. This is frequently kept in Google sheets of in Excel and is copied after a job is complete, but before submitting.After you submit a request to review, mind your email. As soon as the request is passed, sent for revisions, or rejected, an email is generated. If it is sent for revisions, you have exactly 1 hour from the time of the email to re-claim the request. From that time, you have an additional 4 hours to make necessary revisions and re-submit. ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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  • Spring '10
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