This post discusses some useful and easy strategies for you to pinpoint a scam essay website and save yourself from unwanted hassle.
These days, too many companies, maybe thousands, are mushrooming over the WWW claiming to provide top-notch custom essay services; however, reality is far different from what appears to be a lucrative website with attractive UI.
Most of the scam stories that our clients have shared with us, and the ones available on the Internet involve monetary frauds, plagiarized papers, missing deadlines, very poor-quality writing, bad customer services, and so on.
You might want to google the keywords, essay scam stories, to get a feel of it.
The easiest way is to look for the website web copy, yes. Do NOT get outright impressed by the UI that the website has spread over. Today, a lot of free web development frameworks are available. People can easily adapt the available templates to lure a benign visitor into their apparently-legit but scam services.
What is beyond a scam site’s control is the web copy of their website. They cannot copy and paste it randomly from anywhere over the Internet simply because of Google’s strict plagiarism policies. Thus, they’re obliged to have someone write the web copy for them.
And it is where you can bust their scam. Yes!
Just go through the bylines, headlines, and paragraphs. How do these words sound to you? Do you feel there is some kind of odd feeling for you? Does the sentences flow as naturally as you would expect them to? Grammatical errors? Stylistics deviations/variations?
These are a few questions that can help you to point out a scam and bust it. Remember, the web copy of a website is reflective of the effort the owner(s) is putting behind it. For a model/custom essay website, the web copy is the MOST important part of their legitimacy. They must not fault it or they’re not who they say they are.
Second, if you’re not sure if you’ve located a scam website, just hang for a few seconds before placing your order. Go to their customer support, LiveChat widget. Try chatting for a while with their sales representative.
If the individual says a name that is culturally English (American/British), keep your eyes open. S/He must be fluent in English. If they’re disguising as some Paul, Michael, Sarah, etc., you’ll know just a few seconds after you start chatting with them. This would be the alarm for you. You must not proceed with the order.
Last, we do not mean to underestimate qualified non-native writers and professionals. Many of them have superior skills in most of the areas in professional domain. However, here we are talking about scam websites. Because most of them are not serving the student population over the internet but scamming them, it is important for you to understand the difference.
Any qualified non-native writer would not be needing a fictitious platform to sell their services. Since the world is not a global village outsourcing gets everyone busy. A talented person is always busy.
So, consequently, we hope that we have helped you understand the delicacy of the situation within model/custom essay business. There are quite a few other points that we will raise in our future posts.
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