First and foremost thank you for your hard work and support throughout the busy season. We know that some of you have felt the strain a little, as there are certain subject areas that became incredibly busy; this led to some of you being a little bombarded with emails. We appreciate you working with us during these times to ensure we can still deliver the excellent service that our clients have come to expect.
As you may be aware we are in our busiest period for dissertation orders.
Please ensure that you are familiar with our dissertation procedures as these order types are more complex. Here is a link for you to review our procedures for these orders if needed:
Plagiarism / Paraphrase Plagiarism
I am sure that you are all aware that paraphrasing another source without the proper attribution is considered plagiarism. Plagiarism detection software picks up word-for-word plagiarism; however it will often not detect paraphrase plagiarism. This practice is, however, still a form of plagiarism, and if detected will be treated the same as plagiarism.
If plagiarism is detected in the work you complete you will not be paid for that work and you will not be offered any new work for a minimum period of 3 months, subsequent incidences will result in the termination of our contract with you.
Plagiarism causes immense damage to our reputation and results in loss of business.
We hope that you are finding the Writer’s Log useful, please be sure to let us know of any issues you encounter when using this.
Please remember to update your availability when necessary.
Here is the link for the Writer’s Log: https://writers./login. If you forget your password a new one can be requested from the log in page.
Just to remind you that there is now also a link to the Writer’s Log in the writer’s area of our website. The writer’s area can be found using the following link: /writers-login/(username – writer / password – manual).