Of all the threads about scammers, it's hard to keep track of who is not a scammer. Can you guys give a list of sites that are not scammers and provide good quality work? It's difficult to find one when these threads are about who to avoid, rather than who to go to.
I'm looking for a writer to write a term paper on economics for undergraduate (3rd year university). If you guys know of any GOOD and RELIABLE writers, can you please post here and let me know?
Advertising is not allowed. A shistorm would swiftly ensue if it were, considering some of the members here have a clear 'allegiance' to one site or another and no one's unfounded 'good opinion' is to be trusted. You'll find a lot of people try to talk up their own companies to get clients (some of them may actually own some of the sites in question and for this reason are likely to be biased and may lie in order to appear 'legit' to prospective customers seeking their services).
With so much personal agenda filling this forum's virtual atmosphere, the best thing to believe when looking into a site's integrity and reliability would not be the 'personal experience' of 'satisfied customers' (roflmao :D yeah right ...) but objective facts about the company: Have they been honestly proven unreliable before with strong evidence? Look at the sources and how honest they are too, people can throw links around to supposedly badmouth companies at times that actually prove nothing at all.
Where are the rules? This forum is diff than the normal forums i'm used to ...
The disclaimer explains some things about advertising (more specifically, how it is prohibited in the forum) and how seriously posts from users are to be taken as well (consider all of it subjective if there isn't any evidence). So basically a list of 'reliable' essay sites would be subjective without a doubt and users promoting websites are seen as advertising.
If you're worried about being dissatisfied with the quality of writing etc. perhaps order a sample report first (of just a couple of pages) and if it looks satisfactory then go for the whole thing? I think that's what another forum member suggested in this case and it seems the best bet. Good luck! :)