Corrupted-Files.com sells pre-corrupted files ($5.95, on sale for $3.95 until June 30) in a variety of formats. The target market is students who blew their assignment deadline and need an excuse.
Step 1: After purchasing a file, rename the file e.g. Mike_Final-Paper.
Corrupted files for sale to students to buy extra time (Via Orange Crate Art)
Step 2: Email the file to your professor along with your "here's my assignment" email.
Step 3: It will take your professor several hours if not days to notice your file is "unfortunately" corrupted. Use the time this website just bought you wisely and finish that paper!!!
Note: The only difference between each Word file is its file size, because it will look a bit odd if your 10 page term paper is only 1k in size! Yes, we thought of everything! We guarantee and stand by our product!
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