Perhaps essaywriters.net's "ownership changes" are in response to the evidence of corporate fraud and misappropriation posted by an investigator?
Seriously, why do they keep hiding behind these false names [and addresses]?
Well, doing so falsely leads both customers and writers to believe that essaywriters.net[DND*] and its consumer-end sites (like bestessays.com[DND*], rushessay.com[DND*], superiorpapers.com[DND*], etc.) are bound by and adhere to American laws. It gives potential writers and customers a false sense of security in the misguided belief that they will have direct, legal recourse against an American entity in the event that this purportedly "American, US-based" company defrauds them.
Heck, the fine people at Academia-Research.com, MasterPapers.com, EssayCapital.com, etc. have their own site (FastCompanyFormation.com) that teaches other foreigners how to make a fake, "American" company for the distinct purpose of fooling the public:
"US Corporations do not only combine limited liability and asset protection, they also provide the respect and prestige of running a big business. They are part of the American dream. Talking about a US Corporation automatically raises the idea of wealth, power and competence
There is no paid up capital required and the whole procedure usually just takes a few days. The incorporation fees are just 490,- Euro. WSR can form your company in every state and provide additional services others cannot provide, such as nominee directors, virtual offices with prestigious addresses
and bank accounts."