Potential customers might come here to discuss which ones are legitimate places to shop for papers. If someone asked about that, I guess you wouldn't have a problem with it, WB.
LOL, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who's laughing about that comment. This proves that you haven't read the forum at all before commenting about me.
Likewise, potential writers might come here to discuss which ones are legitimate places to find work as a writer, where you won't send them a paper and not get paid. You seem to have a problem with somebody asking about this.
Correct. Providing suggestions and recommendations for "good" sites is not the purpose of this forum. This forum is strictly about uncovering scams. If one isn't lazy and actually willing to do some reading, one can fairly easily determine the legitimate sites via process of elimination.
So just whom is this site supposed to help when it comes to avoiding scams? If it's not for potential customers of these businesses to avoid getting scammed as a customer, and it's not for potential writers to avoid being scammed as employers, then what the heck is the point of uncovering the scams? Is it for completely uninvolved people who are just curious about essay writing scams? Surely not.
Ha! From the homepage of this website, under the question "What are essayscam's goals?", the first paragraph is as follows:
"EssayScam.org exists to help students, other essay-writing companies, and academic freelance writers by discussing their experiences with online essay writing and research services, freelance writers, or students (their clients) to improve their services."
This sort of thread is exactly what this site is about, ignore writersbeware.
And a little more from the section "What are essayscam's goals?":
"We just want students, writers, and other essay writing company owners to share their real-life and oftentimes humorous stories so that potential customers or writers are able to tell the difference."