GrabMyEssay.com Review

General Impression
You know those old-fashioned websites with tons of text in tiny letters? I don’t get them. I don’t like them. GrabMyEssay.com is one of them. That being said, this is a relatively popular service in the online writing industry, so I decided to see what it could do. The Samples page looks really shady, though. There’s an essay with a title How to Reach Millennials with Your Marketing Efforts. It’s not an essay; it’s a blog post.

Services Provided
In the main menu, you’ll see a Services option. It leads you to a pretty detailed list of services. I like services that categorize their products like this. At GrabMyEssay.com, you can order an essay, research paper, book report, thesis, case study, article, reaction paper, and much more. In addition, you can also get admission services, resume writing services, math/physics/economics/statistics problems, and even resume writing services. Surprise, surprise: rewriting is available, too. That’s never a good thing.

Prices
The prices are not affordable at all. $49.99 per page for an essay of High School quality with a deadline of 6 hours? That’s crazy. It’s High School level we’re talking about. I ordered a descriptive essay of Sophomore quality with a deadline of 5 days. The initial price was $21.99. Are you interested in the full price range for essays? It’s from $14.99 to $60.99 per page. Rewriting, which is a useless service, is also too expensive: from $11.99 to $53.99 per page. Crazy!

Discounts and Free Features
There’s some relief in the fact that these expensive prices come with discounts. You can use a code to get 15% off at the checkout. In addition, you get life-time discounts of 5%, 10% and 15% as you keep ordering more pages at the website. As for free features, you get the usual outline, revisions, title page, bibliography, and formatting. Plus a plagiarism report for free, and that’s a nice touch.

Ordering Process
I don’t like multi-step order forms. First, I needed to provide the basic details for my order. The next step was Order Preferences. Here, you choose the rank of your writer. If you want a freelancer who’s proficient in the subject area, you pay no extra money. A high-ranked professional with extensive experience in the area of study, however, costs +25% of the full price. Here, they offer you an originality report for $29.99. Why did they list the plagiarism report in the free features when it costs $30? Why would you pay so much for a plagiarism report, anyway? Proofreading costs additional $5.10. At this point, the service started getting on my nerves. Finally, the last part of the order form asks you to sign up and provide payment info.

Communication with Writer
There was no communication with the writer. I did get access to a 24/7 support, but the direct contact with the writer was a serious disadvantage.

Deadline
I expected something to go wrong with the order, since the entire service looked suspicious from the very beginning. However, the writer delivered my paper on time.

The Work I Got
Surprisingly, it wasn’t bad. It was a usual essay at first sight. However, I noticed few sentences that were paraphrased from the most obvious source – Wikipedia. Overall, it wasn’t bad, but it was not worth the money I paid.

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