The name of this company may sound outdated, but it does offer a wide range of custom-writing services that fit into students’ needs. The team didn’t bother much about the design of the website they built as it is poorly constructed and the written content looks like it was written by a person with English as a third language. Luckily for you, the person that wrote their website content does not work as an academic writer.
They offer “Free lifetime reworks,“ which is a highly dubious offer because there is no way they can follow it through. Plus, it means you could have your essay reworked every week for a year and get roughly 12 new essays out of it.
They do not work on all mainstream subjects. They have people to work on what they call “basic“ subjects such as nursing, English, etc. They will also work on High School homework, technical studies, management studies, anthropology and law. You will need to get in touch with them or get a quote to find out if they do the subject you are studying. You can do this via the email quotation system or via their customer service department.
They claim that their prices are the lowest in the “Whole market.“ This oddly phrased offer is sadly not true, but if you find better prices, you can contact them and negotiate. Most times, they won’t lower their prices, but if you catch them during a quite period they may be willing to haggle.
If you want a quote, then you have to enter your details and they will email you your quote. This is annoying to say the least, especially when so many other essay-writing services offer a free quotation tool on the website. With a free quotation tool, you get to see plenty of alternatives, but with their email system, you have to keep sending off for quotes in order to see their alternatives.
If you watch the banners on the homepage, you will see an offer for 1000 words for $40. Sadly, this is not as much of a guarantee as they insist. It is only for a limited number of deadlines and for a limited number of subjects. Plus, they price for 250 words per page, which means the offer counts as $10 per page. That is not a bad price, it is just a shame you cannot get it in most cases.
They offer a phone number at the top of the page on the right, but in yet another example of poor website design they have squashed all the numbers together, so double check the numbers you key in before making the call. They also have an email address near the top. The email support may not be as quick as phone support, but it is easier to get a more detailed answer. They also have Live Chat, but the buttons for it are hidden within the text on the web pages.