Choosing a reliable writing service is important because you put at stake not only your money but your academic reputation as well. Here are few simple tips on how avoid laypeople or scammers and find a company that will make a good job on your assignment.
Your peers may recommend a good service to use, or point out at the one you would better avoid. A feedback from a person whom you know is probably the most reliable way of finding a trustworthy writing service.
A credible writing service should belong to a legally operating company in your country. The simplest way to check validity is the company’s phone. The customer support should have a land line number, not just a mobile one. The number should not be international; you must be able to dial it just like any other phone number in your local area. Call them to see if the number is valid. Ask a direct question where their office is situated. If they can’t answer, it may be a scam company.
This step is not obligatory if you have checked a writing service’s phone number as specified above and the result has satisfied you. However, you may still perform this additional check to be 100% sure that the service is legal. Check the website’s Contact and About Us sections for the firm’s Company House number (in the UK) or state registration number (in the US). Next, open the state registrar’s database and check whether this number is there. Use a special online tool to identify the true owner of the website domain. It should be the company whose registration you have just checked.
Before you place your order, contact the customer support manager and ask whether you can choose your writer. Find out what academic background and experience your writer has. Ask for samples of the writer’s work. Do not pay any money until you get answers to your questions. Remember that your wish to find out as much as possible about a new academic writing service for you to use is absolutely normal. The staff of a trustworthy company will do their best to satisfy your curiosity and get you to become their customer. If they do not answer or say that they can’t provide you this information, they are probably scammers.
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