I am a Civil Engineer with experience in Project Management, International Commercial management, Structural design, Consultant engineering, Interior design, Set decoration, Academic Article Writing, Translation, Day Trading, etc. I am a problem-solver and science lover with a perfect-score IQ. I have fulfilled every single task appointed to me by breaking them into subcategories and attending to the necessary details in each one to achieve the Alpha goal. Designing the Opening Ceremony for one of the West-Asian Olympic Games, performing as a project manager and structural designer of massive construction projects, and getting articles published in top-notch Q1 journals for my clients are among the jobs I have perfectly fulfilled. I am ready to tackle impossible projects and turn them into the sweetest victories for my clients. Nowadays, while I am trading Forex and have much free time during the day, I look for jobs that I can remotely attend to and look away from the price charts.
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ATTENTION: As you see, a Pakistanis guy provided 1-star feedback alongside that weird comment for his project. I can send screenshots of the conversations between him and me for proof. The client posted a job asking a freelancer to edit ONE article for him. The project was a 100$ contract with two milestones of 10$ (for the first 1000 words) and a 90$ one (for the completed whitepaper). I sent him the first 1000 words, and he took two days to check it and create the other milestone. After I sent him the complete whitepaper (it went beyond the due date because he wasted two days and messed up my schedule to complete all the projects I was working on at that time), he sent me another article to edit, and after I edited that one, he asked me to write a 1000-word article. The payment for that 100$ project was 180$ because he appointed me three more articles to write and edit. After I sent him the last article, he took it without releasing the milestones or saying anything. After three days of leaving my messages unanswered, he replied and promised he would be back in two hours. He didn't show up that day and the day after, so I disputed the unreleased milestones. Now, after another ten days, he paid the owed money to close the dispute and gave that feedback. So, Dude! Come on and tell everyone, if I was so bad, why did you ask me to write and edit three more articles after the first one?