Sharkpapers.com make big claims about the quality of their writers and their services. But are these claims for real and is sharkpapers.com legit? We investigated the site, giving it a full review, and here’s what we found.Top Rated Writing Services in the UK
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Sharkpapers offers only four kinds of services: essays and papers, theses and dissertations, personal statements and admission essays, and finally, proofreading and editing. They do, however, offer these from GCSE level on up to PhD level. They state they will assign your paper to the writer with the most expertise in your field.
Included in your order are a bibliography and title, free unlimited revisions, formatting, proofreading, and an assignment scheduler.
Shark Papers quality
Obviously, you place paramount importance on the quality of your paper. You want it to be just right. Can SharkPapers deliver? We analysed several of the samples provided, and noted that while the quality was generally good, there were several typos in some of the works, and also that some of them did not seem to be written for a British audience.
We also researched Shark Papers online and found that there were quite a few negative reviews of the site. Some complaints were made about the quality of the papers, and a frequent complaint was that refunds were requested due to dissatisfaction but then refused, despite SharkPapers’ refunds guarantee. There was even one accusation of Shark Papers being a scam due to the individual in question receiving a sub-par paper but not a refund when she complained.
When we reviewed the site, there was a discount of 50% off all orders. We carried out a quote for a paper due in 3 days at Honours undergraduate level, and this came out to £16.75 per page, or £83.75 for a 5-page paper. However, outside of the limited promotion this would cost £167.50, which is quite steep.
SharkPapers have a ‘Call Me’ or ‘Email Me’ service where they will phone or email you if you provide your email address or phone number. You can also call a Freephone UK number or chat with them directly. They have Facebook and Twitter icons on the site, but don’t seem to have an actual social media presence.