Quoting: julie24963, Post #124
One site I did like for essays is essays-r-us.co.uk as they offer essays as research papers only so that students can get an idea of how to write a good standard essay. They are also linked to a site called law-tuition.co.uk which gives online law tuition. I have never heard anyone on here making bad comments about it so maybe they are doing something right :lol:
The essays-r-us.co.uk website would make me run a mile ...
- No company registration details - which they have to declare on the website if they are a UK registered company. I personally would not place an order with any UK essay business that wasn't a UK registered company.
- No postal address - just telephone numbers and an e-mail address - again, if they are a UK registered company their registered address has to be displayed on the website. I personally would never do business with any individual or company who did not openly declare their trading address on their website.
- A whois look-up gives the owner as an individual: Dorit, Finchley, London N3 3NJ
- A quick google on the owner gives a BBC online article in which Dorit brags that her service allows lazy students to sit around in bars rather than write essays (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/4445357.stm) and admits that her service "belittles the whole education system". I find this attitude unsettling and unpleasant.
- Dorit brags in the BBC article that she sells 500-1,000 essays a week with prices starting at £50, which does make me think that she should probably be registered as a company and probably also registered for VAT (if she is registered for VAT then I think the VAT registration number is also supposed to be declared on the website).
PS Dorit, if you are reading this: your domain has expired.