Despite their popularity not all custom writing agencies are created equal. While some can deliver high-quality papers you can use as sample papers to help with your own writing, other papers fail to deliver the results some of the less than reputable agencies make. Before you lose your money purchasing a poorly written essay, there are a few things you need to watch out for:
Whenever you find an agency that claims to hire professional writers with academic backgrounds you should ask your where exactly does this mean and where does the agency actually find its writers. The most likely answer will be that professional writers come to the agency looking to freelance and make a little extra money. But what vetting does the company do to ensure the hired writer is as “professional as he or she claims.
The next thing to watch out for is your expected cost. Some custom writing agencies will charge by the page while others create inclusive packages that go by the word. You might find that some agencies promise to revise each custom essay at least once at no extra charge but this is true of all service providers. You need to find this out before you give them your payment info because you might find yourself paying for services you thought were included.
Another thing to clear up before hiring a custom writing service is knowing exactly how long your paper will take to write. Be sure you consider that you may need to request a revision if the first draft isn’t exactly what you expected. It should go without saying that you shouldn’t hire a service for the first time if you absolutely need the paper done overnight. More often than not you will receive a poorly written paper that may even be returned to you after your deadline.
Some agencies will claim that their custom essays will raise your letter grade. But what does this really mean when your final grade may actually depend on several other components? Also, how can they claim to raise your letter grade if they don’t really know what kind of student you are in the first place? Be sure you understand what an agency’s claims mean; the best way to figure this out is to ask the customer service representative.
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