- MA & PhD degree writers
- Outstanding customer service
- Wide services' range under the same roof
- Several payment methods accepted
- Quality & satisfaction guarantee
- Special discounts & bonuses
EssayPro.com is an online service that has remained on the market for a long time now, promising great quality and offering a varied range of services. We have done a thorough research based on five criteria, which serves to assist you in determining whether the company is a scam or not. Probably, yes.
- Range of Writing Services Offered
- Pricing, Discounts & Payment Policy
- Quality Evaluation
- Customer Support
- Customer Reviews
Criteria #1: Range of Writing Services Offered (Mark - 15/20)
When it comes to writing services, we can say that this company really offers a really wide range of assignments assistance, including essay writing, case studies, coursework, theses, dissertations, case studies, editing and proofreading services etc.
Still, considering that you are the one picking your own writer, there is no guarantee that that particular writer will be an expert in the assignment type you request. After all, not everyone can write great dissertations and help you with coursework. The company's policy of asking you to pick your writer limits you, since you cannot really determine who is the right expert for your order.
Our user discovered their writers' pictures are all stolen from random places around the Internet. Yes, that's true.
Criteria #2: Pricing, Discounts & Payment Policy (Mark - 12/20)
When compared to those of other services, EssayPro are affordable. The minimum price for a page is $12, which is a good price. You can check the pricing on the free calculator on the website.
Criteria #3: Quality Evaluation (Mark - 7/20)
We have decided to order a paper from the website, even though we do not consider this to be a clear proof of quality. After all, it all depends on the particular writer you choose, so our experience may be completely different from that of other customers.
The paper we received was relatively good, but we found the sources to be a bit unreliable. There was 23% of plagiarism and we encountered some mistakes; for the price we paid, we expected information that was more factual.
Criteria #4: Customer Support (Mark - 13/20)
We have looked for a phone number of the company or a contact form and found none. You can use their live chat if you have concerns or questions, but we had to wait for a couple minutes before the representative replied to our request.
After placing our order, we were able to send e-mails to the company. Still, it took them a lot of time to respond and their answers were short and incomplete.
Criteria #5: Customers Reviews (Mark - 10/20)
“I paid a good price for my essay and got a good one. Still, I spent all the time worrying since no one answered my questions about the progress of my order. I swear, at one point, I even thought they took my money and disappeared!”
“The price was good even though I didn't get a discount, but I would rather go with someone that will reduce the price if I make more orders. After all, the essay was not THAT GOOD so that I would want to continue with Essaypro anyways.”
“Well, aside from some major grammatical errors in my movie review, it was good. I must say, I really don't understand companies that hire foreigners to work on our assignments. I can clearly see that my writer was far from a native English, so they could at least hire someone who is fluent.”
“The writer missed my deadline! The first time, he delivered on time, but the revision was a day late. I had to revise my already bad essay on my own an hour before going to school because they did not care about my deadlines. Why send the essay after you've missed my deadline?”
Conlcusion: Overall, we are looking at writing service that offers middle range prices for low quality papers of any type. Still, considering that reviews vary so much, you should only order if you do not mind risking the chance of picking a bad writer.
Written by: Kelvin Fogarty
Date published: 02/10/2017
5.7 / 10 stars