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PrivateWriting.com is one of the writing websites that I have recently come across. As a writer, myself I have come across plenty of these sorts of websites, especially when I was first starting out. In addition, before I became a writer, I considered using a writing service of this nature to edit my school assignments, but decided against it since it was costly and my convenience store job was not allowing me to have too many extra expenses.
What is PrivateWriting.com?
PrivateWriting.com is a website that advertises that they can help students be one-step closer to graduating with their degree. They state that they provide “custom writing and research” for students. The company also raves about having more than 700 Professional MBA/PhD-level writers, 100% original writing that has been plagiarism checked or they offer a money back guarantee, they provide unlimited revisions free, and they do not give out personal information to writers.
My first impression was students were sourcing their schoolwork to the company so they could pass (which I won’t judge because to each its own), but I decided to explore their website a little more to see if this was actually the case.
Before I started exploring the website, I turned to Google for reviews. Google pulled up good and bad reviews. From the reviews – both good and bad – I was still under the impression that this is a website where students turn to when they want their work completed for them 100%. Additionally, after looking at various sections on their website I was left with the same conclusion. However, even though this is not heavily advertised, they do help students fix their papers by proofreading them and they offer CV writing services. Their rates for all services seem reasonable, but I would feel more comfortable if they were advertising primarily to help students with their papers and not do it 100% for them.
This could just be me though. Nevertheless, when I was in school I have stayed up late meeting a 3am deadline (I did online classes), so why should someone else get the easy way out?
PrivateWriting.com seems like a legit writing service. I have not placed an order through them personally, but based on reviews, the length of time they have been in business, and the field I would say they are legit. They accept payments via PayPal, so if anything does go wrong you could always file a dispute to get your money back.
If you have made it this far through this article, I thank you for sticking with me. I know some are 100% against companies that are paid to do students work. However, sometimes it is a way for someone to make sure that his or her bills are paid. I’m not going to knock PrivateWriting.com for their side hustle (no I don’t work for them lol), because it is up to students whether they want to put their futures in danger to skip out on doing their work.
Have you ever gotten assistance from a writing company with your schoolwork in college? How did that turn out?