Just received my report. You do fantastic work. I tried [another company]
before and they were absolutely awful.
I might just as well have thrown my money out the window. Great service, too.
You guys are the best!
R.H., Warren, Michigan, USA
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Explanation of Fees
If the fees impress you as high, we can certainly understand. By way of explanation,
we ask that you consider the following points:
- Research and writing is an extremely labor-intensive, time-consuming
activity. (If youve tried it, you know.) It is also something that requires
considerable knowledge and expertise, in order to be done well. Good writers require decent
- Our overhead is substantial. After compensation to
the writers and other expenses are deducted, our profit margin is approximately
10 percent of gross. In other words, for every $100 we take in, we keep approximately $10.
If the margin were any lower, we could not afford to continue to offer these services.
Ask yourself this question: Would you be willing to go through all the trouble of processing
a $500 job for any less than $50 (when several hours of work might be involved)?
- Cut-rate services are able to offer cheap rates for two reasons:
(1) The quality of what they do falls in the lower end of the spectrum and
(2) they resell the papers any number of times (through a catalog) after they are rewritten.
We do not resell our custom research, so we cannot afford to do jobs on the cheap
and recover our costs by reselling the reports.
- It is for you, the consumer, to decide where your priorities lie.
If your main priority is paying as little as possible and you are not that concerned about
quality or whether your custom research will be resold, on demand, to anyone who sees it
listed in the online catalog, then the cut-rate services are probably your best choice.
- Services that pay writers a pittance naturally encourage practices
that do not work in the consumers favor. Writers will take liberties when they
are being poorly compensated. They will lift entire passages (plagiarize) and be sloppy in
their documentation. The old saw is true: You get what you pay for.
- For every few flames we get from consumers about how high the fees
are, we get at least one flame from a writer complaining how low the compensation is for
the work involved! We think that both sides are right. We would like to be able
to charge consumers less and pay writers more. But this is simply not possible.
So we try to strike the happiest medium possible. Thank you for your understanding
of these realities.
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