PrivateWriting.com Review – Professional Writing Service
I was in need of a writing service to cover my backside, and Private Writing seemed like the best option for me at the time. This review is going to showcase the main functionality of the service and my personal impressions from using it. Writing an elaborate review is not something I usually do, but hopefully, it’s going to be of value to someone.
I’ll precede this by saying that I needed an essay done. Topic – Themes of Infidelity in “Much Ado About Nothing.” In short, I simply wanted to clear some time up for other classes.
Privatewriting.com is a paid writing company. The visual component of the site is distinct, and it gets the job done. I would appreciate less clutter, but that’s a very subjective complaint.
The mere fact that this service is online and in business since 2005 was a clear indication that they provide excellent services and go to great lengths to make their student customers happy. At least, that was my impression at the time.
There are samples available on the main page for perusal and they were an entertaining read, but by that point I had already ordered and started to have second thoughts.
The service claimed to employ professional writers with degrees, prompt and on-time delivery, authenticity checks and unlimited revisions. Strict confidentiality is also among those assurances.
The ordering process is very flexible.
- Pick the assignment type. There is a big selection of papers – Article writing, Assessments, Case Studies, Coursework, Dissertations, Essays, Reviews, Proposals, Reports, Research Papers, Resumes, Thesis.
- Deadlines. It was surprising to discover that there are only five – 24 hours, 48 hours, Four Days, One Week and Two Weeks. Not much customization in that department.
- Page count. They range from 1 to 200. A page is roughly 250 words.
- The number of sources.
- Reference styles – APA, MLA, Harvard.
- Field of study.
- And last but not least, the topic of assignment itself.
There was also an option to pick a particular writer to work on the task, but that option is mostly for return customers and not new ones such as myself.
Prices aren’t exactly affordable; not a cheap service if you ask me. When you buy a paper, the service offers an accumulative discount for orders. Savings aren’t huge, but they help.
Promo codes are available to use during checkout, but the functionality was lost on me since I didn’t have one.
There is a clearly visible “chat now” window on the main page. Even though the addition of client support is a good thing, I thought it was in bad taste to showcase it with such determination.
But now I would like to discuss the elephant in the room… or rather the paper I received.
I didn’t expect genius levels of writing, but even I had something to say about the quality.
I’d simply like to say that those unlimited revisions sure came in handy. This may sound like a joke, but I spent the majority of time asking for revisions. There were too many minor annoyances; some misspelled words here and there, some citations in an unknown format, an unconventional structure and occasionally baffling word choices. Whoever writes like that can’t be a native speaker.
In time, my essay started to shape into something that would be passable, but only after numerous instances of getting it back to the writer.
Is it legit? I guess.
Is it reliable and good for anything other than junk assignments? Probably not.