How do you find the right company to grant you peace of mind?
The moment you decide to get paid help in an academic paper, that is when the hard work begins. There are currently far too many amateur companies and one-man businesses in the market, trying to sell academic writing services. The wrong choice can cause you a great deal of inconvenience, so run an extensive background check and avoid working with second-rate, fly-by-night operations, or an erratic individual with no obligation to keep working in the field . I want to present you – my clients – with the most important considerations when it comes to choosing the right company:
* First of all, it is better to contact an established company that is well organized, duly registered, and can provide you with receipts for the work done. Transparency with the tax authorities is a guarantee of responsibility towards the customers.
* Google search – read the online description of the company and its management. Examine the company’s website. If the company management barely speaks English and doesn’t care to guarantee the quality of the final product, what can you expect from their writers?
* Ask pertinent questions that will provide you with a basic picture of the writer’s/company’s familiarity with the material.
An example of a good question: Is it possible to write the summary before the study is conducted?
The right answer: No!
Another good example: How long have you been in the industry?
Typical answer: Even if I started doing this yesterday – I’m just that great at what I do (a lie that claims an impressive resume).
* Talk about the work process – A high grade depends on carefully tested and professional planning of the workflow and progress. If a writer does all the work himself and just tells you “don’t worry, the essay will be great,” you are left hanging – that is “fantastic”, but how is it going to be great? A good grade requires an organized writing process with open communication between both parties.
* Personal interaction – it is important to feel comfortable with the representative you’re talking to, and to know that you’re working with someone who is reliable. Open your mind, and your ears–yet still listen to your gut.
We wish you great success.