The website leaves a pretty pleasant impression: nothing unnecessary, only the needed information and functions. Almost no useless filler text – or at least it is limited to the parts of the site real people are unlikely to browse. A lot of additional functions and options in the order form, which allows you to buy only the things you really need.
The prices are a bit higher than average, but then again, British services tend to be this way. Price per page is determined by the deadline and some abstract quality level, which has nothing to do with academic one – High School assignments cost exactly the same as PhD ones, which cannot but lead to certain suspicions. The prices themselves range from £19.99 per page to £57.99 per page.
Support is available via chat, phone and e-mail. The operators are not the best I’ve encountered – in fact, they leave much to be desired, speaking poor English, taking long to answer questions or not answering some at all.
Quality of writing:
There are no samples on the website.
- Discounts are based on the total number of pages you’ve ordered: 5% after 15, 10% after 50, 15% after 100;
- 3 quality levels: Standard, Premium, Platinum. The difference is in some minor features being added to higher-level packages, as well as the fact that they are supposed to be written by superior writers (PhD-holders and so on). The difference in price, however, is so minute that the latter seems to be highly doubtful;
- Revisions are free within 14 days (30 days in case of dissertations and other large assignments);
- Refund requests should be submitted within 72 hours after you receive the paper;
- Options available for extra fees: VIP support (support works better than usual – but it is hardly good form to charge extra for politeness), proofreading by an editor, assignment of one of your previous writers to the task.
An extremely generic writing service, with the only exception of being British. As a result it may boast of having somewhat higher than general prices and a strange point in its order form, saying that although they are an American company they have British writers as well. Seems like somebody forgot to correct something when copy/pasting parts of the design from another place. Otherwise, however, the site produces a rather pleasant impression, with the exception of its customer support, which mostly behaves rather unprofessionally – they tend to disappear mid-conversation without answering all your questions (if answering them at all).