It seems no one here ever heard of usability. The only useful thing to be found on the website is price-list; you cannot even calculate how much your order is going to cost with this service without passing a bothersome and intrusive registration that demands to know your phone number and full name. Useless filler text abounds, while there’s neither FAQ, nor company’s policies, nor anything helpful at all.
Prices at WriteForce.com are slightly higher than average. Depending on time limit and academic level, writing from scratch costs from $20 to $50 per page. Other types of services, namely editing and business writing, have their own scales: editing is, understandably, considerably cheaper, while business writing is set at about the same level as Master’s papers.
Customer support is available via chat, phone, e-mail and fax. Just like everything else about this company, the impressions are so-so: they are slow to react, take their time when answering questions and when they finally get to it, their answers tend to be vague and uninformative. Their operators either have too much work or just don’t care enough to read the questions of their clients attentively enough and try to answer them in personalized fashion.
Quality of writing:
There are no samples on the website; however, the quality of writing on the site per se leaves much to be desired. Of course, one doesn’t expect much from filler text, but still – it is poorly written, full of small but annoying grammar mistakes and misprints and, in general, simply sloppy. It is hard to expect much from a company that advertises itself in such a manner.
- Direct contact with the writer (you can send them messages);
- Free revisions for 10 days after you receive the paper;
- There are discounts for first-time customers – contact the support and they’ll give you a promo code;
- The service supposedly only hires ENL writers;
- Free plagiarism report is available on demand;
- You can choose the writer you like if you are a return client.
One wonders what about this site can attract anybody enough to go through the trouble of placing an order here. The agency certainly doesn’t go out of its way to give you information about how it works and persuade that it is worthy of your attention, prices are rather high, customer support is slow and not exactly helpful. Considering that there are dozens of other writing companies falling all over themselves trying to make the best impression, it is hard to imagine anybody who would put up with all these annoyances simply to check if it was worth it.