Essay writing services: Red flags to watch out for

Essay writing services: Red flags to watch out for While I wish my team and I at Killer Papers were the only ones crushing the paid essay writing game, the reality is that there are some formidable competitors. While a few are impressive, much of the “competition” is lazy, sketchy, foreign, or scammers. Whether it be not speaking English well, having extremely low prices or being very pushy, there are many signs to watch out for when you decide to trust someone with your academic reputation.

Below are a few things to approach with caution when selecting an essay writing service:

Poor grammar or spelling on their website.

If someone is trying to get you to choose their service to entrust your entire academic reputation and standing, you’d think they would at least have a dope, well-put-together, and grammatically correct website. Nevertheless, this is often not the case on many of the sites you come across. Whether they don’t spell or use punctuation correctly, or don’t know the difference between they’re, their and there, even small things can be a major red flag. If someone doesn’t understand basic grammar rules, how can they be trusted with your college-level term paper?

Language that doesn’t sound like proper English

Whether it’s using phrases like “My esteemed client” or “Thank you kindly”, many small but important differences can be a red flag that English is not someone’s first language. While some people may say they can still write a strong essay even though English is not their first language, it’s not just about quality – It’s about voice. You want someone whose first language is English, because yours is, too. You want them to sound like you, not someone from another country. If I was a teacher, it would be a major red flag to me if I found phrases or words that were uncommon to the American slang and vernacular, so keep an eye out for that.

Aggressive writers messaging you a hundred times.

Shit man, this isn’t that hard. When you see someone messaging you repeatedly, getting pushy, telling you to “please order right now”, this should be a major red flag. If someone is speaking with such urgency, you have to wonder if the reason they are in such need of a client is because they fucked over many before and are struggling to find work. If that’s the case, tell them to fuck off. Find a writer like me, who is happy to accept your work, but not ready to blow you just to get an order.

Low prices.

Y’all love low prices. Just like most customers in most spaces, everyone likes to get a good deal. That’s perfectly fine, but let me tell you one of the most valuable lessons I have learned in life:

When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. 

That’s not me trying to talk down on lower-priced competitors, it’s me speaking common sense. If someone is running a legit operation, they have a lot of expenses between staff, promotions, website development and operation, writers, PayPal fees, accountants, lawyers and more. It would make zero financial sense for a legitimate, established operation to be charging $10 a page.

Be cautious. Don’t try to save a few bucks when it comes to your academic reputation. Go with someone who feels safe and charges a rate that makes sense and doesn't feel like some foreigner or robot just trying to process a sketchy transaction. Go with someone who feels like a friend. 

I am like you guys. I drink, I party, I write. I watch Netflix and want to sleep with Natalia Dyer from Stranger Things. Some days, I wake up depressed and others I am so happy I could scream.

At the end of the day, I’m like you. I think people have enjoyed the fact that Killer Papers feels like their friend more than just a company they go to and process a transaction. 

Keep the above in mind and always be cautious about anything you buy on the internet, but especially when it affects your ability to graduate college. It is my goal to get you all through college and get rich doing so, but foremost is my integrity and honesty.

At the end of the day, I care about y’all and urge you to check out the competition. I am confident you’ll be back. I hope you’ll be back.

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