The site is clearly just a formality, a way to inform a potential client about the e-mail of the service. Seriously – here you won’t find anything such sites are supposed to contain: information about the service, terms and conditions, FAQ and so on. The only thing you may get here is the set of approximate prices. There is even no order form – everything is done via e-mail.
Three factors are taken into account when the price of an order is defined: academic level, deadline proximity and something less tangible, which can be called general complexity. While two first aspects are clear, the third is less so; this means that you may get a general impression of what this or that assignment costs from the prices table, but the real price may be different. Send the details of your order to customer support to find out how much you will have to pay. Average prices range from $16.49/page to $35.49/page. Some assignment types may cost more or less, but the difference is not significant.
As the website hardly contains anything besides an e-mail, one expects it would work fine. And though surprising it may be, in this case one expects right: customer support seems to really be working round the clock, as any time I wrote them, someone answered me in about an hour at maximum, irrespectively of what time of day or night it was.
Quality of writing:
The site does not offer any samples of their writers’ work, and it is impossible to judge the average quality.
- Writer choice is possible;
- You cannot communicate with the writer directly – only by sending e-mails to customer support who will redirect them to him;
- No refunds. Only free revisions and credits for future orders;
- Discounts: for large orders (more than 50 pages) and during slow summer months (July-September);
- Revisions are free unless you change your initial instructions;
- Plagiarism report from writecheck.com is available upon request for a small additional fee;
BuyCourseworkOnline is nothing special – there are a lot of services similar to it. Low prices here go hand in hand with poor design, absence of any information on how the service actually functions, inconvenient (although functional) support system. Yet the most unpleasant trait by far is the attitude of this service towards refunds – namely, you cannot get one. Most you may hope for in case the job is not done properly is a credit for future orders. It is, however, extremely doubtful that a person who once failed to get his assignment on time is going to order anything again from the same service that bungled the job the first time.