On one the writer asked for an extra 6 hours and that wasn't a problem which he had it back to me within that time frame. I think a lot of people on here want a paper done in like 12 hours, which is pretty difficult. Give the writer a good amount of time and you'll get a good paper is what i've learned from this.
It's more about timing
than about the actual writing time. I never heard of the company at issu, but just to give you (some of) our perspective: Anytime I ask for an extra 6 or 12 hours (or whatever), it's not because the paper itself requires more time to write; in fact, some of us take 12 or even 8-hour assignments quite frequently. An extra day or half day may help us sleep instead of staying up longer...or to hit the gym...hang out with the wife or girlfriend...etc. It usually means we're just hoping to write this at a more convenient time for us, if that's possible without screwing anything up on your end. When I ask, I also make it clear that I can meet the original deadline if there's no cushion on it or if I don't hear back in time to assume it's going to be a "yes." Typically, I'll get a request around midnight for a 2 - 6 page paper due the next morning. If I already wrote all day and was just about to workout late...or if I was planning on sleeping from 4 AM to Noon, I'll ask if delivery 12 hours or 8 hours later is OK. Other times, I might get a request for a few pages in even less time...maybe 2 - 4 hours and it catches me while I'm already writing something for delivery the next morning...so I take a break from the first one...bang out the rush paper...then get back to what I was already writing. For a few weeks a couple of different times every year, that can go on all day long most days.