Just a little question if you don't mind.
June 24, 2018 4:00pm CST
Good afternoon friends, I was wondering would you pay for something if you could get it free? I was using a site called Grammerly to edit sometimes. I have noticed that I had a hard time with my choice of words. Not to mention a few people misunderstood what I was saying. Or in my case trying to say. I found something that would help me better than Grammarly. I was telling a friend that actually went to college. That I wanted to pay for the other site because I noticed I loved the help better. I was made to feel like I was wasting money since the internet would give that for free. I think it's not nice to shut someone down like that is trying to help themselves. I would rather pay the fee rather than search for bits and pieces of info on the web. I find it hard sometimes due to me speaking and reading differently. Thank you for your honest response.
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"You get what you pay for" is a very true statement. A freebie is usually not of the same good quality as what you pay tangible dollars for. If you want good quality or a satisfying experience then paying for it is the way to go.
• United States
You are so right about that. Would you believe once I paid for virus protection my computer was better. I kept having to pay support and now I was able to close the monthly support account due to it. I have more features with paid over free as well.
If it is something I really want I would pay for it. There is a free calendar in my ipad, but I chose to pay for a calendar app, because I liked that one much better, and some of the things that were included in my app were not included in the free version.
• Peoria, Arizona
I use Grammarly, but I wouldn't pay for it. There are other websites that help just like it that if you really wanted to edit then you can just search them up and go for free. I use Sentence checker with my writing if Grammarly doesn't fit my needs.