EduBirdie.com Review

There are several bidding writing services on the market, but it seems to me that EduBirdie.com is among the ones that attract the most attention. It may be the cool website and good marketing campaign. Is it because of the quality? I just had to check and see.

My EduBirdie.com review is based on thorough examination of the website and the company’s policies, as well as on an actual order and collaboration with a writer from the service. Keep reading to see how that went.

What Can You Order?

Anything. The list of services is limited, but it still includes the most commonly requested assignments, such as essays, research papers, case studies, dissertations, and so on. However, there’s also an option other, which allows you to specify the details for an unusual project.

All you need to do is place an order for whatever type of writing you need, and wait for the writers to bid on it.

Website Usability

It’s a pretty simple concept. You explain what you need and the writers of the service start sending their offers. I find this method convenient, since you may choose a writer you feel comfortable with. It’s also possible to get a lower price this way. However, not all these writers are qualified for the projects they bid on. In fact, most of them are not. You have to be really careful with the choice you make; otherwise you’ll end up with an irrelevant project.

It takes time to contact few of the writers and choose your preferred one. When compared to a traditional writing service, this process is slower and can take away an entire day off your deadline.

Prices and Discounts

The minimum price is set at $18. That’s a pretty high minimum for a bidding service. Since most of the writers bid higher than the minimum, you get more expensive prices when compared to some of the top writing services.

There’s no EduBirdie.com discount program. You pick the writer whose price works for you.

Customer Support

The support system of most bidding services is based on the collaboration between the customer and the writer. That’s also the case with EduBirdie. I could contact my writer while he was working on the order. Although he was not really prompt with the answers, he still followed my instructions.

There’s also a live chat that connects you with the customer support department. If the writer is effective, you won’t have to use it. If there are any issues with your writer, it will be a bit hard to get help from the customer support.

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