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Discounts for the number of ordered pages
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Website usability:The website is passable, but only barely so. Lots and lots of useless filler, a number of non-functioning elements, almost complete lack of any proper information about the service, generic stock photos used for decoration, FAQ that doesn’t allow you to read itself – all this makes EssayMall.co.uk a typical representative of writing services that don’t even try.
Prices:The price is based on the quality standard (1:1, 1:2, First Class) and urgency (from 2 to 10 days, closer deadlines aren’t specified). As writing services go, EssayMall.co.uk is more or less average, at least in terms of prices: starting at £13.95, they rise up to £29.95 per page. However, one should remember that a page here is considered to be 250 words, not 275, as is the industry standard.
Customer support:Customer support is available via live chat and online query form for the cases when the chat is offline. This form, however, is quite intrusive and requires you to divulge your name and, for some reason, phone number. However, either due to technical problems or some other reason, any kind of communication was impossible – chat window seems to be present, but any attempt to contact the support gets disconnected after a few minutes.
Quality of writing:The quality of writing as seen from samples available on the company’s site is peculiar – there can hardly be another word to describe what one sees in these essays and courseworks. Constructed from seemingly meaningful phrases, it periodically introduces out-of-place words that seem to be used at random, and while it is possible to glean the general meaning of what the author is trying to convey, the text feels to be balancing on the very verge of comprehensibility.
- You get discounts based on how many pages you’ve ordered: 5, 10 and 15 percent after 10, 20 and 30 pages respectively;
- 250 pages per word instead of more traditional 275.