HomeWorkAnyTimeHelp follows a minimalistic approach to website design. And when I say minimalistic I mean that there is virtually nothing helpful on this site: no price calculator or any indication to prices whatsoever, no FAQ, no customer support, nothing – only a bit of filler text scattered across several pages, an e-mail address and an order form with minimal functionality. In other words, this site doesn’t make a newcomer want to order something from its creators. Not in the slightest.
It is hard to estimate the service’s general pricing policy as they don’t have a price calculator and refuse to tell you average prices, saying that the sum total always depends on the assignment itself. However, as far as I managed to understand, their prices are extremely low, much lower than in general – for example, a 6-page Undergraduate essay in economics I inquired about would have cost me only $55 – mere $9/page! Even High School level assignments usually cost more.
My dealing with customer support made an uncertain impression. On the one hand, the website itself leaves no ways to communicate with them but via query form or e-mail. There is a ’Contact support’ button which shows up whether the customer care team is offline or online, but so far it has always been the former, and when it is offline it simply prompts you to leave a message for them to answer via e-mail. E-mail support is, on the other hand, quite helpful – they answer all your questions in great detail and rather quickly. If you want a way to contact them real-time, you may ask the support to provide you with their Skype or GTalk ID or use a toll-free phone number.
Quality of writing:
I wasn’t able to estimate the service’s writing prowess so far. And as there are no samples on their website I cannot make even a preliminary judgment.
- Direct contact with the writer;
- Return clients get discounts;
- Revisions are provided for unlimited time, until the client is satisfied;
- You can get a refund if the service is unable to finish the task.
HomeWorkAnyTimeHelp leaves a strange impression. On the one hand, their website is almost useless and the customer support is inconvenient to contact, at least for the first time. They, however, are quick to react and give comprehensive answers, compensating for the uninformative website. And their prices are extremely, even suspiciously low. Of course, the reason for it may be the fact that it is an Indian company – but at least they are straightforward about it and don’t state that all of their writers are PhDs from Great Britain.