UnemployedProfessors.com is an online writing platform that attracts students with its name and gives the impression that papers are written by real professors! But is that really the case? Let's find out in my review of Unemployed Professors.
The idea behind this service is that a student can hire a writer with a doctorate to pay for the work and have more time to "party or sleep." They provide help with any academic assignments, as well as essays, resumes, and biographical notes.
The first thing that caught my eye was the fun design of UnemployedProfessors.com. It is full of interesting and colorful comics illustrating the history of this platform and how students can get rid of the academic burden.
I didn't like that they use overly colloquial language with a dash of rude and bad words. Also, in the Contest section, they express negative attitudes and criticize their competitors as if they think they are superior to others.
This online platform provides a huge list of services, as well as a huge number of real professors. However, I found this very suspicious, so I decided to check the reviews of UnemployedProfessors.com online. I was surprised because the site's rating starts at 1.9 to 2.5 out of 5. But they have an [[ https://www.reddit.com/r/TopEssayServices/comments/pnyl9q/unemployed_professors_review_my_personal/ | Unemployed Professors Review Reddit ]] channel where I could read about their work.
What's more, no one has left a negative comment, so that gave me some confidence that this is a good service. Also, UnemployedProfessors.com has a huge number of positive reviews and even provides ratings with information about each professor. So I decided to try this service and ordered an essay. But did it end well? Let's take a look.
PRICES, DEADLINES, AND DISCOUNTS
You won't find pricing information because the UnemployedProfessors service uses a bidding system. That means you have to create an account, provide your job information, and wait for bids. You might think that's how you can get a job at a low price, but it's not.
As I found out later from a customer service person, prices range from $10 to $35 per page and depend on deadlines and complexity. So I paid $20 per page for my essay.
You can buy VIP services such as a plagiarism report for $18 and a personal supervisor for $12. I find this to be quite expensive, especially the latter service, which I get for free on other online platforms. Another disappointing fact is the lack of discounts and promo codes. But this service does offer a "refer a friend" program, and students can get $10 free on their next order. This really works, according to reviews of Unemployed Professors.
As for deadlines, this platform delivered my work on time. However, I was not satisfied with its quality, so I want to delve into this issue in the next part of my UnemployedProfessors review.