The WhoIs record of WritePass says that the company was registered by the close of 2010. However, the webpage i.e. writepass.co.uk states that the company was "established in 2009". This leaves me wondering...!
Hi MeoKhan, 'established' is not the same as 'website registration'. A company does not necessarily start trading once you build a website. We traded for well over a year, before we went online.
The fact that "InterestedStudet" posted here once, about only this company no one cared, and then no one cared until "writepass" happened to find the post and give a length reply doesn't really leave me wondering. I'll give them credit--it's a much classier "pretend to be a customer then advertise our company" attempt than most--but its still pretty transparent.
Hmmm.... Pheelyks. That's something we don't do. We track all web traffic concerning our website, and if anyone posts anything about us online, it's only responsible that we respond immediately.
writepass, I've never heard of a company offering a sign-up bonus before...Is that before or after "screening" the writers? By screening I don't mean just looking at old sample essays but rather seeing what sort of feedback they get from their first couple assignments.
Hey Kabbymoh, yes we do pay a £50 sign up fee to all writers that "successfully" pass our sign up process. This is not just about sending over essays you have done (which we do not regard), but completing a trial essay in a question we send to you, and also in completing one or several actual projects (which are reviewed) for actual clients. We only accept about 5% of writer applications.