FAQ

No, you will not be sued for any charge because all the work is not up for investment but for sharing among learners which is the mandate of all learning institutions.

Zimbarsity only takes your abstract and requests for the rest of the work when there is someone who wants your work therefore there is no backbiting of any sort.

It is our wish give you the incentive in the currency we received it in, however due to the financial policy by the RBZ, we can only serve you with local currency or equivalence at interbank rate for compliance.

All the work collected in the database of Zimbarsity is not traceable to any institution or individual because we strip it off of any identification (names, registration numbers, emails, phones and institutions names).

Sharing your work implies you are granting permission to the scholar to use it anyhow, however, Zimbarsity ensures the scholar does not publicise the work in a way not agreed on.

The work is up for sharing only not investment therefore the transaction does not attract the attention of institutions since the sharing of research work is the mandate for higher institutions of learning.

If the offer made by a scholar is not good enough to cater for what they request then you have the full right to decline or counter offer just once else the transaction terminates prematurely.

Zimbarsity has a document review policy that is strict and therefore any discrepancies in the document versus the abstract will be detected and the originator will get a life ban from the platform.

Group projects can only be submitted with the consent of at least half the members of the group. Any compensation claims at Zimbarsity by unconsented group members will be directed to the individual who submitted the work.

Yes, you can, as long as you indicate in the description that the code is defunct. The value can be calculated based on the functional components of the technical project.

No, it is not a must, however, if you will, do so in agreement with the scholar, a handling and postal fee charged on the scholar is applicable and functionality checks are not performed on samples or prototype.

The work is up for sharing only not investment therefore the transaction does not attract the attention of institutions since the sharing of research work is the mandate for higher institutions of learning.

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