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Are you looking for high-level French proofreading services?

As a native French speaker and French language expert, I offer French proofreading services to top-tier companies from all around the world.


What is Certificat Voltaire?

Certificat Voltaire is the only French certificate that vouches for one’s expertise in spelling and idiomatic French expression without typos or grammatical errors.

ID is checked in each of the 1,800 dedicated examination centers.

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French native proofreader and translator with voltaire certificate


“When you sell or communicate on the Internet, 99% of the time it’s done by the written word.” According to online entrepreneur Charles Duncombe.


A single (tiny) spelling mistake can tarnish your credibility

Don’t make a French-speaking potential customer be wary of you.

Trust a native French-speaker to proofread your French content to give

your message authenticity.

When a consumer might be wary of spam or phishing efforts,
a misspelt word could be a killer issue.

William DuttonDirector of the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University

Be more credible

With my high-level French proofreading services, there won’t be any spelling errors in your French text anymore. You will preserve your brand image and therefore your credibility.
Your French-speaking partners, sponsors and customers will take you more seriously.


Bet on your profitability

When you have your French documents proofread by a French proofreader, you invest in the LONG RUN and save time.
Your turnover doesn’t decrease because of avoidable spelling mistakes.
You focus on your core activity and save time.

Quality and relevance

Aim for excellence

Choosing a native French-speaker living in France to proofread your French content improves your quality and efficiency.
I understand your ideas and brand image.
Your content is of high quality and matches your company’s image, ideas and expectations.
Your content is not only relevant and coherent, it’s professional.

A single spelling mistake on a website
can cut online sales in half.

Charles DuncombesDigital expert, BBC News

BBC source:

Your corporate documents
  • Your training booklets
  • Your restaurant menus
  • Your presentations
Communication tools for your French-speaking audience
  • Web pages
  • Articles
  • Newsletters
  • Flyers
  • Brochures