Your-Writers.Net Review

First Impression

I didn’t know where to begin this you-writers.net review, because there are so many things wrong with this website.

It looks like a free template created by a web developer in training. The copy is horrible, and the order form – confusing. All you-writers.net reviews I could find were at least two years old, and most did not seem genuine.

The latest review on SiteJabber was still dated 2018 and had a 1-star rating. So if you’ve been looking for a recent Your-writers review on Reddit, forget it. I doubt the company has enough customers who want to share their experience online.

At least, you get 15% off the first order, though I doubt you will be coming for more if my experience is any indication. The writing quality would do any fifth-grader proud, but it is in no way acceptable for a college-level essay.

Whatever you expect from Your-writers, reliable service and customer support you will not get.

Quality of Service

You don’t even need to order a paper to answer the question, “Is Your-writers legit?”. The quality of copy on the website is atrocious, and you shouldn’t expect much better from their writers. 

The essay I got was so full of mistakes, I first thought the writer had uploaded the wrong file. However, the errors were not the worst of my troubles. The writer ignored my suggestions for appropriate sources and went with blog posts and Wikipedia entries instead of reliable scientific publications.

I realize most you-writers.net reviews are fake, but there should be more negative feedback online if that’s what they deliver to their customers. I doubt I am the only one to be disappointed in their services.

Pricing and Deadlines

Even if you are tempted by the glaringly fake YourWriters reviews or their low prices, think twice before placing the rush order. Sure, at the Undergraduate level, one page is only $9.97, but that’s on a 14-day deadline.

If you want your essay done in two days, the prices will double. I would never recommend ordering a paper with only 3 hours to spare before the submission deadline, and Your-writers will charge you $41 per page if you do. At the Bachelor or Professional levels, the rates are even higher, and Admission help will cost you $41 to $197 per page!

You can expect to receive a your-writers.net discount code for your first order. Like other writing companies, this website offers to slice 15% off to sway your decision.

Types of Papers

Your-writers: scam or not? The company doesn’t make any bold claims, besides calling the writers “experienced” or “proficient.” However, I don’t believe they are.

While the company offers a variety of services, from 5-paragraph high-school essays to research proposal and dissertation chapters, they can’t even manage SEO copywriting.

On every page, you can see awkward phrases, punctuation mistakes, and an overabundance of keywords. Start reading any description of their service, and you won’t be tempted to hire this company. I wish I would have done so before wasting $50 on a History essay. 

Special Features

If you want an official plagiarism report to come with your essay, you’ll need to pay $9.99. There is also an option to communicate with a personal support agent, though I doubt it’s worth $14.99. For the same amount, you can get an abstract page.

You can also get a premium specialist or one of the top-10 writers to work on your paper, but I can’t tell for sure how much that would add to your order total, because there are no rates in the order form. That’s what I’d like to see discussed in Your-writers Reddit threads if any were present.

Why would you offer add-ons and make users guess the prices instead of making them clear?

Customer Care

Let my experience with the customer support team be the cherry on top of this you-writers.net review.

I got in touch with Stanley and asked him whether the writers were native speakers. The agent assured me they were. However, he could not understand my question about the website copy and delivered one automated response after another. I’m not sure whether Stanley was a chatbot or a person with an inadequate understanding of English who could not grasp the meaning of my questions.

In the end, I had to spell it out for him, and Stanley confirmed that writers were responsible for all copy present on the website. I doubt the support agent understood why this information was crucial for me.

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