I work for this online writing job where clients can accept or reject the submitted articles. How do I make sure that my article will not be copied by the client and then gets rejected?
It is a toss up to whether it would be copied or not. There's a way to search for it actually, they have websites where you put in what you've wrote and it will look for articles with the same words then you just file a complaint with whatever website you saw it on.
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