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Unsatisfied Student

There is a freelance writer who I have dealt with and I now recommend everyone to be cautious of using this person. He extorted over £300 for an assignment that he produced 3 posters with NO justifications and he had previously taken over £400 for two badly written assignments and accused me of not detailing what I wanted when I had sent him the assignment brief. This amounted to £700 spent on nothing that could be used. Please, Please, Please do your homework before you use these people.

Major

If you paid more than once it means the first/initial work done was good enough to proceed with the rest..?

Unsatisfied Student

This wasn't the case Major. The first two assignments I paid for were actually one assignment. I was desperate afterwards and gave him another chance to redeem himself after reading reviews on here, and that was when I got 3 posters and nothing else for £300. Indeed, it was my own fault for trusting and believing in this person but the reviews placed on here about this individual are very very misleading to vulnerable students.

Major

If there's one out of 10 customers is unsatisfied and the writer is really located in the US/UK and has a proven track record, it doesn't mean the writer or service is a con. If you still communicate with them, it may be best to try to resolve it and give them a chance to complete the project (if it wasn't fully completed). Some students add new requirements after the initial payment and then problems arise when the student expects it all done and the writer considers it a new requirement that may call for much more research time. I'm not saying it was the case in your situation, but that's the most common problem when a seemingly excellent writer or service fail to fully deliver (according to the customer / student).

Unsatisfied Student

I recommend all student please try and do the work yourself, if you cannot do it in the time frame, like myself, ask for extenuating circumstances and complete them in the summer.as I did. It is a lot of money being taken from you with no guarentees of what you will receive in return. I was devastated and suicidal with it all. I would never ever have the lack of professionalism or empathy that some of these parasites possess. If you can't do the work withdraw or put a leave of absence in until you are able. There are many other options for proceeding, such as, apprenterships etc. I hurt myself financially, emotionally and I lost all faith in human beings through my experience. Never ever give them the satisfaction of stamping on you when you are down.

Major you have sound advice and I agree with everything you have just said, but all too often there are fake reviews put on to recommend writers and companies and thus misleads particularly vulnerable student who are quite often in crisis. I did state what was needed for the assignment Major and I said after it was emailed to me that no justifications had been included. I was devastated, and I could not use one sentence I had been provided in the first two either Major, because they were off topic.

Major

What would it take to resolve the issue; what was the last reply/conclusion from both sides? Typically, reputable writers or services offer some kine of a refund or maybe a coupon on the next order; I'm sure you'll be able to resolve it because the recommended writing services I know are not a scam.

Unsatisfied Student

I sent an email to this writer and I stated that he had not included the justifications and I got no reply. I spent twice on the previous assignment, as I thought my description may not have been good enough the first time, even though I sent him the brief, research and all of the lecture slides. The second one was just as unclear and off topic. The final attempt was the posters and justifications (which he did not include). I kept every correspondents and showed them to my Aunt who works at a prestigious university in the UK and she was devastated I had used a writer but absolutely appalled by the lack of empathy this character had. He took money on three occasions and never delivered Major. I asked another freelance writer from the forum to do the first assignment I had paid for twice and when he couldn't deliver, he reimbursed me straight away. I will never ever forget what this individual done to me and I will try my hardest Major to never see this happen to another soul.

I know this writer works for a company but I recruited him off this site Major. It is not the companies fault. I was dealing with him through his email address. I wish I had gone through the company he works for because then he would have had his work monitored. Thank you Major for all of your advice and trying to resolve the situation but this individual knows who he is, and he writes on here all of the time, so he is well aware of who I am and what he has done. He also has my email address and he has not once tried to reconcile what he has done to me financially or psychologically.

Major

Well, the worst thing a freelance writer or a service can do when a customer is very unhappy is to ignore them as it makes the situation worse (even if the customer is wrong). I'd give it until tomorrow and I hope for a positive outcome.

Unsatisfied Student

Thank you Major but this happened in April of 2017 so he was never going to make amends, but I will be watching this forum from now on and I will say something if he tries to attract vulnerable students or convince them to use him in anyway. with writing services not being regulated, due to there very nature, it attracts exploitative characters and deceitful students just the same. Unfortunately most of those students are vulnerable, but these writers are very manipulative, and exploiting people.

wordsies

Can you share the name? From what I know, every decent writer will either refund you or amend the work if it's not satisfactory. So anything short of that is simply bad business. I don't know if what you're saying is true or not, but if it is, you should come out with the details – that's what this forum is for after all.

Smiley73

There are two sides to every coin. We have heard the story coming from @Unsatisfied Student but since he hasn't given us any details as @wordsies said, it would be unfair to assume that everything that happened is exactly as was told to us by the OP. I always say, it is best to hear the side of the other person concerned so that an educated judgement of what really happened can be made. If we know exactly what happened, as per the stories from both the client and the writer, then we can decide where the problem occurred and perhaps, be able to mediate between the two parties in order to help resolve the issue. By not naming the writer involved, all of the independent writers here are tarnished in reputation. Naming names will solve that issue and also, prove that the complaint of the OP is on the level and he is not just making this up to create doubt in the minds of the students who come here, hoping to hire a decent writer to assist them with their work. I am not accusing the OP of making up stories, but unless I read actual facts based on names, dates, incidents, and if possible, read the email transcripts for myself, I cannot believe that a freelance writer from this forum would throw away his reputation just like that. Additionally, if we know who did it and he happens to repeat the offense, or, if he is known to be a repeat offender, then the forum admin themselves can remove or the members of the forum can petition that the writer be removed from the roster as a forum member and/or advertiser.

wordsies

Normally I do not get involved in these situations, but I was asked to do so now, and so I shall. The bulk of what Unsatisfied Student is saying is not true. I have the full email correspondence between her and the writer in question. There were no posters involved (at least not from what I've been privy to), only a single 2500 word paper on feminism.

I have been given access to all the pertinent information about the case. I know the writer in question and I know for a fact that he's a legitimate writer. Furthermore, I sometimes exchange orders with him whenever he or I are overflowed, so I know his writing first hand.

Some of the claims made:

Paper is plagiarized – it is not, I ran it through Grammarly and Prowritingaid. Can provide proof for all interested.

Writer did not respond – false. The writer did respond, several times (I have the complete email transcript), and offered a 50% refund even though the client presented 0 evidence that the paper scored poorly.

"Hi, I saw you offered a refund but I didn't reply to you months earlier because there was a death in my family and my degree has been halted." – client to writer

"Please send me the copy of your final essay that you actually submitted for credit and please show me what you believe was in the essay provided that wasn't entirely original or that was paraphrased but improperly cited as you imply." "If I'm satisfied that your complaints are valid, I don't have a problem refunding 50% to your mother's PayPal account to resolve your complaint amicably. Thank you" – writer to client

Writer did not amend the paper – false. After the original paper was posted, the writer DID amend the references, as the client requested. (I have both versions of the file on my PC for those interested in them).

"ah this is great, a relief after being tricked by a different website. thanks very much" – after the writer sent revisions.

From what I can tell, the client never actually ordered anything after the 2500 paper on feminism in April. If "Unsatisfied Student" has evidence that she did, please put it forward. Until such a time, I call bollocks.

Smiley73

@wordsies Well then, now we have both sides of the story and, as is expected in these sorts of situations, @Unsatisfied Student now has to either put up or shut up. Offer us evidence to counter the information posted by @wordsies (btw, thanks so much for doing that. I always judge based on facts and no hearsay in all instances). It seems to me that the deal went through in an amicable manner for the first paper. So why all of the accusations now @Unsatisfied Student? Would you care to enlighten us with information about how one order ended up becoming a set of 2 essays and, why you placed another essay order if you were disgruntled with the service of the writer in the first place? The email exchange certainly does not give any indication of any problems between the two of you regarding the order. There are a number of things in your story that now, with additional information on hand, simply do not ring true and reliable. While we are not here to judge, we are here to make sure that all unwarranted accusations against the reputable independent writer members of this forum are nullified and their reputations saved from such besmirching and that they are rightfully cleared of unfair accusations.

Essay Writer

Thanks Wordsies, I appreciate it.

The long story short is that this client received her project exactly as ordered on May 8th. Her initial response was to thank me and say that she was very relieved after having been ripped off by some company previously.

Next, she requested a revision to change the referencing, which I provided immediately.
on May 11th.

Then, starting on June 10th, she began emailing me with increasingly nasty complaints and threats to ruin my reputation unless I refunded the project. She started off just complaining that the essay needed "more quotes" and that a phrase I used was too informal. After that, she began making accusations of "plagiarism." In her June 10th email, she specifically offered to show me the essay that she submitted instead of the one I provided and asking to "negotiate" a partial refund.

Contrary to her posts in this thread, I responded to every single one of her emails immediately and I also immediately offered to issue a refund if she could show me any evidence of her plagiarism accusation. The date of my response to that email was June 11th, one day after I received her email.

That was the last contact from her until September 15th when she emailed again, this time, acknowledging my earlier refund offer and specifically asking me whether I was still willing to refund her if she showed me that she submitted a totally different essay than the one I provided, as she offered to do on June 10th. She said she would do that but didn't want to go through the trouble for nothing and asked whether I was still willing to issue a refund.

As was the case with every other email of hers. I responded immediately to that September 11th email and I reiterated my agreement to honor the agreement about a partial refund, exactly as I offered 3 months earlier. That was our last communication prior to her flurry of totally dishonest posts in this thread. She never provided the essay that she said she'd provide to show me that she never actually used my essay and she never provided any evidence whatsoever about her "plagiarism" accusation.

I'm pasting some of the email exchanges referenced above and attaching both versions of her project as files. The initial project specs were as follows:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: support@Essay_writer
Sent: 4/5/2017 8:37:55 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: eighteenth century feminism request
Dear Essay Writer, your website seems a lot more trustworthy than other sites I've come across. Would I be able to get a price quote for a 2500 word essay on this topic with 10 days allocated to do it? I can extend the deadline but would rather have it in advance of the actual deadline. How do intersecting themes of power and artifice reflect a rise in the discourse of Sensibility in novels of the eighteenth century? Closely compare and contrast two or three of these novels: Les Liaisons dangereuses (English translation 1784), Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman (1798), Fantomina.

Referencing should done through the microsoft tool in this format, for instance: Todd Berliner, Hollywood Incoherent: Narration in Seventies Cinema (Texas: University of Texas Press, 2010) p54.

This was her initial response to the essay:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 5/8/2017 12:56:44 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism 2500+ wds Attached
ah this is great, a relief after being tricked by a different website. thanks very much
This was my response:

From: Essay_Writer@mail <Essay_Writer@mail>
Sent: 08 May 2017 05:02
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism 2500+ wds Attached

anytime…I didn't realize this was our first…thought I did others for you already…

This was her response:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 5/8/2017 2:36:52 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism 2500+ wds Attached
no this was the first 馃檪 do you have more specific references for where you just put the referenced author's name in brackets by any chance? We're required to put the page number of the text or I can't really use any of the references unless they are specific- the markers need to check up on the sources, see how we've rephrased things and not just plagiarised their words etc. Sorry, I would have specified I needed page numbers but I assumed the UK referencing protocol would share the same basics as the American.

Thanks again, Student
In response to that, I provided a revised file, again, immediately. Then, I received this nasty complaint and unjustified demand for a revision based on her subjective read and criticism:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 5/8/2017 6:52:59 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: (no subject)
Ah, I'm really sorry. I don't want to insult your writing skills, and I was initially pleased after a quick scan because the last time i asked a company for an essay it was incoherent, but upon closer analysis, this essay needs more quotes to develop the points made. I'm sure it's because you're busy but I'd really love more incorporation and explication of quotes or I won't get a good grade and I have paid a fair bit of money. possibly more attention to articulation as phrases like 'done-in' are informal

This was my response to that complaint:

From: Essay_Writer@mail <Essay_Writer@mail>
Sent: 09 May 2017 22:27
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Subject: Re: (no subject)

Please refer to my FAQs re after-the-fact editorial changes…they're never included for free. If you specified a # of quotes in your order, I'd have followed whatever you requested, but it's not a change you can demand after delivery. And, as a reminder, these are provided only as model projects…you're supposed to use them as guides for your own work, not submit them for credit.

This was her response to that:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 5/10/2017 3:57:18 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: (no subject)
I assumed you knew how to write a half-decent essay for that price, and i'm sure you do, but it's rushed, informal and not thoughtful

That was the first email of hers to which I didn't bother responding. Next, I received this:
From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 6/10/2017 11:38:22 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism
I'm sorry but I couldn't use a single word of your essay for any part or inspiration for my essay, and I can send a copy of my final essay to prove this. It was worse than something plagiarised from Sparknotes or Shmoop. I very stupidly trusted you because you seemed intelligent and genuine on your website but I've no doubt you didn't read and had no knowledge of the novels and had no interest in providing a quality essay. It was absolutely nonsensical, making no clear point, using informal language, explained the plot (an obvious faux pas), vacillated from one irrelevant topic to the next. Having to rewrite the whole essay, trusting you would do it, whilst writing my 2 other final essays has likely affected the outcome of my whole final year degree. You can take the clearly false moral high ground and pretend again it was only meant as guidance but we both know that's not the business you're running here. Nobody pays that much money for guidance and you've clearly stated online that it's to help students who have run out of time. I saw that you plagiarised from online essays and yet somehow simplified the information beyond belief, more direct plagiarism might have at least produced an essay which made sense- you took the most irrelevant points! With the prices you are charging I feel like you took me for a real fool and will have no choice but to leave terrible reviews and warn against you if I don't get at least a partial refund. I expect a full refund but maybe we can negotiate something. I read your forums and I will go out of my way to undermine you publicly if not, believe me. By the way I haven't contacted you until now because I've been working on 3 big essays whilst just about having a heart attack because I was conned into thinking I only had 2 high-quality essays to do. I'm an intelligent and talented person, was just strapped for time and therefore I have a large and anonymous social media platform on twitter (just under 180 K, mainly young people) on which I can anonymously warn against you. I am not going to tell you the name of this account as I'm highly distrustful and paranoid about you now. That's not meant as a threat, I am hoping you will do the right thing after screwing a desperate and not wealthy person over. I can see how your work would help foreign or extremely stupid and lazy students but that is not what you advertised.

As always, I responded to that immediately, in this case, within a few hours:

From: Essay_Writer@mail
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Sent: 6/11/2017 2:35:57 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism
First, I am totally genuine. FYI, when I got to your essay on my calendar, I decided to forego making any money on it myself and asked a colleague to do it, precisely because he handles more literature than I do. Not that I couldn't have banged out something to satisfy the specs, but because I really thought he'd be able to do this particular topic better and I wanted all your future business. I've explained on the forum that I occasionally use backup writers if I get overbooked or have an emergency. In this case, I wasn't overbooked but I genuinely thought it would be better for you (short term) and for me (long term) to have this particular backup writers do it for you. Based on past experiences with him going back 5+ years, I had every reason to have confidence that this would actually be in your best interest on the project. In those situations, I only keep 20% of your payment myself, so I have no other motive to do that instead of just writing it myself.

I have a very hard time believing that he plagiarized anything, but I'd like to see the essay that you actually submitted for credit in your Newcastle University class (as you offered in your email) and I'd also like to see the essay that I sent you with the sections you believe were plagiarized highlighted and with a link to the online sources from which you believe they were inappropriately derived or paraphrased but inappropriately cited.

If you provide the evidence requested I'm going to forward whatever you send me to him and if I'm satisfied that you're right, and your complaint turns out to be valid, I don't have a problem issuing a 50% refund.

The next day (roughly 12 hours later) I emailed her again as follows just to make sure that she received my earlier response, because she hadn't responded:

From: Essay_Writer@mail
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Sent: 6/11/2017 3:49:17 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism
Just want to make sure that you got my response to this. Please send me the copy of your final essay that you actually submitted for credit and please show me what you believe was in the essay provided that wasn't entirely original or that was paraphrased but improperly cited as you imply. I definitely want to discuss it with the writer and give him a chance to respond to me because I have never had any reason not to trust him as a backup writer in 5+ years. As I indicated originally, I gave this project to him specifically because I know that he handles more literature than I do…I expected a very good outcome and certainly nothing like this. If I'm satisfied that your complaints are valid, I don't have a problem refunding 50% to your mother's PayPal account to resolve your complaint amicably. Thank you.

I never received any further response from her in June, or July, Or August. On September 15th, I received this email:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 9/15/2017 12:15:26 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism
Hi, I saw you offered a refund but I didn't reply to you months earlier because there was a death in my family and my degree has been halted. However I did write an entirely new piece and do still expect a refund if I send you a copy of the terrible essay I was sent, plus that which I submitted, as I feel conned. Anybody could see that it's a bad piece of writing but I will bother to point mistakes out laboriously if that's required. First I must know however, will you refund me if I bother to do so? As I mentioned before I think, I have a large social media platform which mainly consists of students /young people as my audience. Thanks, Student

My response 15 minutes later:

From: Essay_Writer@mail
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Sent: 9/15/2017 12:29:48 PM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: 18th Century Feminism
I will honor the same offer in my response 3 months ago, as follows:

Please send me the copy of your final essay that you actually submitted for credit and please show me what you believe was in the essay provided that wasn't entirely original or that was paraphrased but improperly cited as you imply. I definitely want to discuss it with the writer and give him a chance to respond to me because I have never had any reason not to trust him as a backup writer in 5+ years. As I indicated originally, I gave this project to him specifically because I know that he handles more literature than I do…I expected a very good outcome and certainly nothing like this. If I'm satisfied that your complaints are valid, I don't have a problem refunding 50% to your mother's PayPal account to resolve your complaint amicably. Thank you.

From start to finish, I complied precisely with the OARs for advertisers on this forum, to:

Operate according to the highest academic research standards and best practices,
Assign your order to the most adequate writer/editor available and never outsource it to a third party,
Resolve all disputes in a timely, peaceful, and professional manner.

When I realized that one of my backup writers could probably do a better job on this complex literature project than I could, I gave it to him because I actually thought I was doing her a favor after I saw that she'd substantially added to the original specs that I quoted. Those complete specs are reproduced below and I never saw them until I went back to her emails to do the project. Her original, much shorter and less complex specs are pasted at the start of this response from her email of April 5th. The complete specs that she sent on April 10th were as follows and that's the reason I asked a writer who specializes in English Literature projects to do it for her. I thought I was doing her a favor. Incidentally, this particular writer is also a long-term member of this forum and is also one of the most experienced writers at the best American essay company in the business.

I didn't "assign" the order to him, but I asked a writer I know for a fact to be reputable and talented to do it for her simply because English Lit is his specialty. I attempted to resolve her complaint amicably, first by furnishing her initial revision request immediately, and then by responding to every one of her subsequent emails immediately. I agreed with no argument to provide a refund if she followed through with her original offer to show me the essay that she used instead of mine or if she provided any evidence to substantiate her "plagiarism" accusation. She never did either and didn't respond to my emails in June until September; and then, she never responded again at all after I specifically reiterated my agreement to a partial refund if she showed me the essay that she used instead of mine…until launching this vicious and totally dishonest attack for reasons I can't. even imagine.

I have provided thousands of high-quality essays to hundreds of clients since I started writing for essay companies in 2003 and I have never cheated or "conned" any client in my life.

Additional Essay specs sent after my price quote:

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 4/10/2017 2:57:31 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: (no subject)
How do intersecting themes of power and artifice reflect a rise in the discourse of Sensibility in novels of the eighteenth century? Closely compare and contrast two or three of these novels: Les Liaisons dangereuses (English translation 1784), Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman (1798), Fantomina.

Referencing should done through the microsoft tool in this format, for instance: Todd Berliner, Hollywood Incoherent: Narration in Seventies Cinema (Texas: University of Texas Press, 2010) p54.

Write a critical analysis that shows detailed knowledge of at least two primary texts. It must also show some awareness of secondary criticism.
You should use your analysis to construct an argument that incorporates one or more of the following module themes:
路Modesty
路Power
路Artifice
路Feminism
路Libertinism
路Feeling
Your essay must demonstrate depth and breadth of critical analysis, show detailed knowledge of chosen texts, detailed knowledge of relevant contexts and themes listed. 2500 words (excluding quotations, footnotes, bibliography). Layout: Margins, double-spaced lines, pages numbered and clearly indicated by indentation or line-space.

All quotations referenced, bibliography in alphabetical order of author.
At the turn of the eighteenth century, women writers were authoring amatory fiction that challenged the societal repression of female desire and depicted women unashamedly pursuing sexual fulfilment. What was the literary fate of these women of pleasure in the course of the long eighteenth century, and how was it affected by the transnational rise of the culture and discourse of Sensibility? How are women portrayed as both arbiters of moral virtue and creatures of excessive sensuality? Primary texts include four works of fiction: Eliza Haywood's Fantomina (1725), which arguably depicts a woman exercising her right to sexual pleasure within the confines of a patriarchy hostile to female desire; Samuel Richardson's Pamela (1740), which defines female virtue in terms of a 'moral sensibility' synonymous with resistance to desire; Choderlos de Laclos's Les Liaisons dangereuses (1782; English translation 1784), in which a pleasure-seeking female libertine defines herself against the Woman of Sensibility; and Mary Wollstonecraft's unfinished Revolutionary novel, Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman (1798), in which the discourse of Sensibility is politicised in a feminist effort to reclaim women's right to desire. You are welcome to write on whatever theme and novel best suits your skillset; my title is more of a suggestion…

Unsatisfied Student

The guilty party does make an appearance, however, he has the wrong client and it is good to know he has done this to other clients. I have opened a Facebook account in relation to this individual and I have further evidence of wrong doing. I'm stunned at how quickly other writers quickly jump in to defend someone who has extorted vulnerable students. I have nothing to prove Wordsie as I have all of the information needed should anyone require it. and transaction histories from my bank. I suggest the guilty party wade through his list of unsatisfied client emails and post the name and email addresses of everyone of them. You's can't gang up on people who have an opinion on being exploited, that doesn't work. Yous go unregulated and try to defend appalling work at the cost of your clients.

wordsies

So you are claiming that this is not your case?

Yes you need to present evidence to be believed. Your word is not enough nor should it be.

Unsatisfied Student

From: unsatisfied_student@mail
To: Essay_Writer@mail
Sent: 5/10/2017 3:57:18 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subject: Re: (no subject)
I assumed you knew how to write a half-decent essay for that price, and i'm sure you do, but it's rushed, informal and not thoughtful As always, I responded to that immediately, in this case, within a few hours:

From: Essay_Writer@mail
To: unsatisfied_student@mail
Sent: 6/11/2017 2:35:57 AM Eastern Standard Time. As you can see by the dates on these emails it took over a month to respond.?The email address of the client is made visible, which totally jeopardises her anonymity. The writers reputation is paramount to him on this forum and he will sacrifice his clients anonymity to save his name. Thus is totally unethical and unprofessional. As I have already stated on here, I will not leave this alone. I was exploited financially, emotionally and psychologically and I will even go the media if necessary. I will not allow this to happen to other students.

Essay Writer

I have exactly one and only one client who ever complained about a project and threatened to do exactly what you just did in this thread and it was the exact project from last April and the exact client referred to above. If that's not the case, please just post all the project-related emails and those projects exactly as I did. Even you vocabulary and phrases are identical to the ridiculous accusations in your emails that I posted: "could not use a sentence" and "Unsatisfied Student."

I was devastated, and I could not use one sentence I had been provided in the first two either Major, because they were off topic.
You're asking people to believe that you received two projects from which you couldn't use a single sentence and then you decided to place another order from the same writer? Seriously?

… he had previously taken over £400 for two badly written assignments and accused me of not detailing what I wanted when I had sent him the assignment brief.
Please post those "badly-written" projects as well.

He took money on three occasions and never delivered Major.
You're asking people to believe that you paid me on three different occasions and that I never delivered anything on any of those occasions?

I was desperate afterwards and gave him another chance to redeem himself after reading reviews on here
After you received either nothing or nothing usable for two different projects, you then decided to place another order because of positive reviews that you read here from other people?

Among other ridiculousness, you're asking people to believe either: (1) that a writer who's been here since 2008 without a single complaint and with verifiable reviews from many other members and from other writers suddenly decided to rip off a client; or (2) that a writer who has been operating as you describe, presumably "conning" people left and right since 2008 has never had even a single complaint against him by any of his other "victims." How is that even possible?

Why didn't you just file a PayPal dispute if you received nothing or if what you received was "off topic"?

Unsatisfied Student

Wordsie we have gathered it is not your issue. You have no right to jump in on the bandwagon, when it is not your affair. As I stated in my earlier posts. The writer has my email address and he knew he had not delivered on all 3 of the items I paid for. I am out of pocket by over £700 and I will not let it rest nor will I post the writers name or his emails because it was a transaction between myself and him. He has the opportunity to rectify what he did to me and I will remove all of my content. Until he does this and apologises for the distress he caused me, I will pursue this.

wordsies

And there it is.

Unsatisfied Student

It was off topic and I received only 3 posters without justifications for my other assignment. You say you have no other complaints but that is untrue, I know this for a fact. Yes, I did use you 3 times for 2 assignments and I should have known by the first one you were no good, rude and had a huge ego. I sent you an email after my last assignment was given to me, and stated you had not provided justifications. I also asked you and paid you twice for the first assignment. Why are you having difficulty locating my work? It's clearly not the individual you have have publically displayed the email address of. I have shown the work and the emails to a PROFESSIONAL, who informed me I had been exploited and Unsatisfied Student. Find the emails and post your work and the emails, so this forum can see how you operate.

wordsies

Maybe you have the wrong guy

Essay Writer

All you have to do to prove what you're saying is post our supposed emails as I did. You can just redact any email addresses that you don't want to divulge. Post those "badly-written" essays right here, too. You can't "remove" your content here once posted, at least not without help from the forum admin.

It's absolutely impossible that I ever took money from any client and failed to deliver the project (much less 2 or 3 of them) and it's absolutely impossible that you emailed me to complain after receiving a project and that I ignored your emails, because I'm not insane. If for no other reason, simply because someone would do something like this. It also doesn't make sense that someone would wait 8 months to complain and never file a PayPal dispute.

…nor will I post the writers name or his emails because it was a transaction between myself and him.
Please. The S/N that you attempted to create for yourself had as much of my S/N in it as the system would allow you to fit in a S/N and in Post #11 you, essentially, promised to ID me.

I give you my permission to post any and all of our supposed emails and any "badly-written" projects I supposedly wrote for you. If we did business, you have an email thread from me. Post them right here along with those projects.

I've asked admin here to delete my entire response with the email chain. This is a writer's worst nightmare. Another writer here just figured out who this is for me by contacting her. It's someone whose projects he declined and another writer here also took payments for, according to one of her last email to me. I wrote several Psychology projects for this client in between the first week last April and mid-May. Before I post the email chain and projects, I just contacted her directly to find out if maybe she thinks I'm the other writer she mentions paying for the same projects in one of her emails to me. I have dozens of emails from her and at first glance, nothing except polite responses and no complaints. She never ever contacted me after project delivery and never ever requested a refund on any delivered project. I have one email from her very apologetically asking to completely change the specs and topic of a project after I wrote it and politely offering to pay me for that rewrite necessitated by her professor's new demands. That's it. I've also asked her to check her Sent box to see if she misspelled my email or something and thinks I ignored any emails from her. If for no other reason, I'd never ignore a client's emails.

I've wasted my entire night on this and need to go to bed. I'll obviously respond as necessary, including to her directly if she responds to my email when I'm awake.

What a nightmare.

Unsatisfied Student

Indeed, the writer has contacted me and I will negotiate with him over emails. Thank you Major for reassuring me that he would do the right thing. I want to know how the thread can be removed, could anyone advise me ? I have no intentions of coming back onto the forum and I would also like to delete my account and resolve this with the writer.

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