I emailed them and queried these two things. They said they didn't sell a book and gave me an email address for students looking to have essays written, but I couldn't find this email link on their site. When I found the essayfraud site, there they were, listed as a scam company. I have very little money - I'm working as a cleaner in a school right now to pay my rent - and I dread to think that I nearly gave them my account details.
this is really tragic, because I make a tidy bundle of side money through academia-research.com, a perfectly valid site, and so could you have.
don't believe everything you read-- which includes what I just wrote. but don't say something is sour grapes, either, when you have no idea.
let's all be more careful on this site, and not let our biases and preconceptions confuse us. there is no need to believe the blanket generalizations of bigots who have never worked for many of the sites they so blindly label as scams.
and when I say bigots, Pat, I'm not talking about you... but someone you maybe mistakenly believed. it's an innocent enough mistake.