Academic Pedia prides itself on being one of the top custom essay writing services in the US and claims that it’s an academic platform full of English speaking experts that can help you get the grades that you deserve.
However, as a UK student, there can be some drawbacks to using a US service, so is this worth the risk?
In short, Academicpedia.xyz offers six core services. These include help with your dissertation, your assignments, your essays, researching, thesis and term papers. All manner of subjects are covered under these umbrella terms.
Most students should be able to find the service they are looking for, but if you’re looking for a more niche service, such as speech writing or presentations, you may have to look elsewhere.
There’s no dedicated review or testimonial page to be found anywhere on the website, but there is a brief section near the bottom of the homepage. However, these reviews have no rating system or dates, meaning they could really be decades out of date.
Searching online, I found that customers had very mixed reviews on the website. There are reports of late delivery, poorly formatted content and even some abnormal levels of plagiarism! There is also no samples of their work available anywhere on the website.
There’s no pricing pages or price calculator to be found anywhere on the website. In fact, to make an order, you have to input your personal information, which includes your name, your email address, the service you require and your phone number even to get a quote.
Not only does this mean you’re going to have to wait around for your quote, these estimates and quotes are typically higher because they charge whatever they want, and you can’t see what they are charging other students.
Scroll down the homepage, and you’ll find a link to the contact page. Here, you’ll find a basic email form for you to fill out with details about what you want help with. However, this is the only way you can contact the website, and you’ll have to wait for a reply.
There’s no live chat system, no email addresses, no phone numbers, no social media or Skype. Many students will be left feeling in the dark, even when they want urgent assistance.