On a website littered with models in their late twenties, it can be a bit confusing as to whom this service is actually for. But, it is aimed at college and university students that are unable to complete their academic essays. They are given the option of paying a writer to do it for them so that they may add their name to it. You can get a quote from the website for free, and you may have your order processed 100% online so there is no need to make contact with a member of staff.
They have a flipping slideshow on the homepage, and one of them is for proofreading services, which is fair enough until you read their home page. They have several hard-to-miss grammatical errors, including incorrect use of quotations, an odd sentence syntax, incorrect use of commas, incorrect word use, incorrect use of prepositions and many more. They may want to hire a proofreader themselves before they start offering the service to students. All writers are excused a few mistakes, but they have really messed up the basics in their website and it is not a ringing endorsement for their services. Their services may struggle to “overjoy” you!
Click the prices link to find the free quotation tool. It is a no-obligation tool you can use to judge the cost of your project. Select the type of project you want completing and the number of pages. You can then get an idea of how much it will cost by referencing the deadline against the level of the paper you want writing. It goes from a college essay level to a medical school, masters and PhD level being the most expensive.
Discounts and free features
You can get a 15% discount if you are making your first order. All you have to do is click the widget with three people in their middle twenties on it for a discount. American TV uses actors in their middle-late twenties to play college kids and this website appears to have taken it seriously. Still, it is better than there other widgets that show a student as a woman in her forties (they are not really targeting their biggest audience with marketing like that). You can contact them to see if they will give you a discount, but there are no more to be had on the website.
They have a live chat function that you can access from the homepage, or you can use the IM function that pops up at the bottom right of the screen. They also have a phone number you can call. You could check the website for support issues if you have them, but it doesn’t give much away. Though they do have those 100% satisfaction and money back guarantee badges on the website that people used to use on eBay in the 00s before we all grew up, so if you do have trouble then hound the staff and quote the badges as you do.