To put it mildly, financehomeworkhelp.com has a rather pathetic excuse of a website, looking as if it was created as an afterthought when there was neither time nor money to make a decent job of it. It has a mere smattering of pages with unhelpful filler text and non-functional support chat. The site doesn’t even offer registration – you can’t have your own account, and all communication is done via e-mail. There is virtually nothing useful on the website – you have to contact the support even for such trivial thing as prices.
There is no standardized price-list akin to those used by the majority of writing services. Instead each assignment is evaluated individually – you have to send the description of your task via e-mail, and somebody from customer support will soon get back to you and say how much you are supposed to pay. Usually the price per page falls between $13 and $25, which is rather reasonable as these things go. The factors that influence the price are as usual: academic level, length (bigger assignments have lower price per page), deadline.
This is where things about financehomeworkhelp.com get interesting. Judging by the website, it is a cheap, untrustworthy and rather amateurish-looking company. If you contact the support, however (which can only be done via e-mail, unfortunately), the answer usually comes almost immediately, and you may be sure to receive clarifications on all the matters that interest you – in good English, too.
Quality of writing:
There are no samples on the website per se, and the texts you see on it are rather unimpressive. While it is possible to get samples of works done by writers employed by the service, they are rather uninformative – as a precaution against harming their previous customers, the company only shows you examples from very old assignments.
- No registration;
- Plagiarism report from Writecheck (powered by Turnitin) is available for an additional $10 fee;
- Direct contact with the writer is impossible;
- Refund is possible only if the writer missed the deadline;
- Free revisions as long as initial requirements remain unchanged;
- Additional transaction fees.
Financehomeworkhelp.com is a rather peculiar case. With a slapdash and uninformative website combined with extremely helpful and well-organized customer support one is baffled as to whether to recommend it or not. However, the fact that it is alive, that company employees get back to you in a matter of minutes after your contacting them surely accounts to something – it is probably a good idea to give it the benefit of the doubt.