My first impressions of EssayPro.com were very favorable. The website seemed very well designed, which is usually indicative of a profitable company and not one of a cheaply set up scamming website. The only thing that caused doubt were the “As Seen On” logos at the bottom of the website. They are what web designers call “Trust seals” and they are typically used by scamming websites and poor quality websites to try to inspire trust. Despite their claims that they had been featured in TechCo, Blogher, Lifehack and so forth, I could find no evidence to support their claim.
My essay was a custom essay on the effects of ultrasonic stimulation of viscous fluids. As part of my research, I intended to prove that ultrasonic waves could free up and liquefy puss under the skin of a rabbit, since rabbit puss is often solid rather than a fluid like the puss you or I excrete. The company also offers admission essay help, but it is very expensive. They are able to complete most types of liberal arts paper and various types of scientific paper. They will also proofread and edit your work for you.
I was very upset to find out that I could not get a price in US dollars. I could get one in UAE dollars, Canadian, New Zealand and Australian dollars, in UK pounds and in Irish Euros, but not in US dollars. Each page cost me £8 each with a two-week deadline, and I had to pay by PayPal because there was no other way to convert my US dollar balance into UK pounds without PayPal. Do not be fooled by their web copy that quotes dollar amounts because they are Australian dollars and not US dollars.
Discounts and Free Features
There were no discounts or free features. They offered things such as a free title page and free bibliography pages, but that is standard procedure for an essay writing service.
Start on the homepage and use their quotation tool to get your price. Click to order, enter your details, and submit the order. My order took a little while to process, at which point I was asked to pay in advance.
Communication with Writer
I had no communication with the writer, but I was a little distressed to see that they are advertising for writers on their website. I was a little more distressed to find out that they allow students to become writers if the students lie about their qualifications. I also found discrepancies in their claims of Facebook popularity where many of their likes appear to have been bought from Chinese Facebook groups.
The writer hit my deadline, but he completely messed up the analysis, evaluation and technical setup of my essay. I had to make extensive changes and then submit the paper back to the writer to correct his or her work. I received a completed paper three days after the deadline, at which point it became clear that the writer has only Wikipedia knowledge on the biomedical subject at hand, at which point I gave up and completed the work myself.
The Work I Got
Other than filling up a little word count, I was not impressed with the work I received. There were simple references to bonds breaking, tension strength and protein coagulation, but it was nothing more than I could have copied from Wikipedia myself. I gave extensive notes on how to fix the paper and which direction to go, but the writer clearly didn’t understand the subject well enough to complete the paper. To receive a passing grade, I had to reengineer the work the writer had done. Other than filling a little bit of word count, the paper had little use to me.