AffordablePapers.com is too cheap to be true, or at least that was our first impression. When we checked the features, we found that this is indeed what it seems like – a cheap service with low paper quality.
The list is not as big as you might think, but it can suffice for use throughout your entire education. Affordablepapers.com writes all kinds of papers at a cheap price, even dissertations for PhD students.
Quality level, Plagiarism
Despite the enticing website and the big list of services, quality remains the priority of many, including us. In this specific case, it wasn’t close to enough to earn our trust or get us to order from their writers again. We are talking of poor paper quality, no formatting and no referencing, meaning that we also had plagiarism in our paper.
The delivery was also a bit of a problem. The paper came to our inbox a day later and when we confronted them about it, they claimed that this was the deadline we selected. Their confirmation e-mail does not list the deadline, so there is no way for the customer to prove that he indeed chose a specific deadline, even when they miss it.
Prices at Affordablepapers.com aren’t just affordable. They are really, really cheap. Getting content for less than $10 for a page is something you don’t find often and in most cases when you do, it is bad news. Judged by the paper quality, we can say that this is one of those cases.
Security, Trust and Reliability
Payment and privacy are fully guaranteed and we could not find anything that says otherwise, not even students who had something to say about this service on the internet. The comments are not so great when speaking of content quality, though.
We mentioned this before – the website is very inviting. You can navigate through it with ease and it has plenty of information available for the visitors.
With those cheap rates come many special features, and for free. You get a free title page, revisions, bibliography (which we did not get at all), formatting (also a problem), etc. As for paid features, we did not come across any.
For a company that is named ‘affordable’, we expected discounts. To answer the question about why they don’t have discounts, the company says that ‘’instead of applying discounts as a privilege, they lowered paper costs for everybody.’’ With those rates, we can’t argue with that.