How Research Paper For You.com Treats Its Customers
Do you want to know the mechanics of researchpaperforyou.com? Would you like to peek into our process? You are welcome to! We value transparency and want you to have all the information before you make a decision. Here is how everything is organized.
Stage one: Order placement
Whenever a customer decides to place an order, he proceeds to the ordering page where he finds the ordering form. You will easily notice that it has multiple fields that serve to customize your order. You can specify the following: paper type, size and topic; language, formatting and quality standards; the number of sources and the deadline. An open field is used for individual instructions you might be willing to provide. When you are done with customizing your order, you will be displayed the total price, which will not change in the course of the writing process.
Stage two: Writer assignment
Once we receive your order, we start looking for the most appropriate writer. Having uploaded your requirements into our data base, we filter out all ineligible writers and, among those who do qualify and are available, pick the one that will be able to deal with your paper in the shortest time. Once the writer confirms taking the order, the work begins.
Stage three: Writing
It is hardly necessary to explain how the actual writing occurs. You know it already, if you have ever worked on papers yourself. The assigned writer identifies relevant sources, formulates a thesis, takes notes, outlines the paper and does all the other things that are essential for producing high-quality papers. You can participate in the process or stay completely away from it – the choice is yours.
Stage four: Quality Assurance
Once the paper is ready, it is sent to the quality assurance department. They run multiple plagiarism checks on it and decide whether there is anything that calls for improvement. If yes, it gets back to the writer. If no, it is sent to the customer.
Stage five: Revisions
Once the paper successfully passes quality assurance and is delivered to the customer, the latter may request a free revision to make minor improvements if they are needed. Note that such improvements should not contradict your initial requirements.
At this point our immediate cooperation ends, yet the relationship doesn’t. Roughly 80% of our customers come back to order more. Who knows, maybe you will be one of them?