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What is the most accurate plagiarism checker?

I'm looking for a really accurate plagiarism checker, because I'm sick and tired from those which are inaccurate. I need the checker to show 100% precise results!!! Please, do not suggest free ones. Thanks!

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Personally I use http://www.paperrater.com/plagiarism_checker
I believe there is a paid version if you wish to go that route.

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