WritersHub Review: Stay Away from Fraudulent Online Writing Jobs
What is WritersHub?
It is truly disappointing to know that fraudulent companies like NetFix LLC continue to thrive in the online essay writing industry. Apart from owning sites that offer academic writing services, they also develop online venues where they can pool talents from across the globe. As I have discovered, NetFix LLC also manages WritersHub.org which is a very dangerous place for writers.
The orders that are placed on the NetFix LLC numerous essay writing websites are directed towards the members of WritersHub.org. Honestly, I could very happy whenever freelancers get an opportunity to earn money. However, I cannot stand the abusive way by which WritersHub.org treat their writers.
One of their writers have revealed that some projects come from GrabMyEssay.com (popular NetFix LLC essay service) where each page would cost a student around $40 per page. But then, WritersHub.org would only pay them lower than $2. Apart from the unjust compensation, they also utter abusive remarks and offensive languages towards their writers. These revelations would surely scare them again.
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NetFix LLC Actions
As a matter of fact, after I published my review about GrabMyEssay.com, TopEssayWriting.org, Academized.com, AustralianHelp.com, UKWritings.com, EssayRoo.com and BoomEssays.com, NetFix LLC started filing fake complaints to Google Inc. As of this writing, they have already created a series of fake DMCA takedowns (click here for the first false allegation and here for the subsequent claim) against IHateWritingEssays.
Although everything that they claim is false, I am still worried because of the aggressive way that they are trying to control the online writing industry. I cannot stand doing nothing as they fool people with promises that can never be fulfilled.
WritersHub as Another Abusive & Fraudulent Business Under NetFix LLC
Do you know that a lot of internet consumers do not have the capacity to distinguish fraud from truth and scam from legitimate services? That’s why it is necessary for content creators to be able to find their voice in the virtual world that is full of malice and confusion.
One of the ways by which we can determine whether an online writing service provider has a good reputation is by looking at
- their human resource qualifications,
- the fairness of their contracts,
- and the way that they connect with their writers.
However, for WritersHub.org, we have found troubling reviews from their previous resource persons. As one of their writers have revealed,
By computing, it only means that writers get merely $3 per 250 words or $1.2 per 100 words. Isn’t that extremely unfair and highly inhumane?
How could real talents thrive given such circumstances? Most of the writing websites that are handled by NetFix LLC such as WritersHub.org have consistently shown a negative reputation when it comes to offering fair labor contracts.
Most of the sites that they handle take advantage of their writers’ capacity and need for income without giving them a fair share of revenues from writing projects.
We all know that the developers and the management of WritersHub.org would not be able to sustain their operations without the services of the many highly capable writers that they abuse and treat unfairly. Are they not aware of the importance of these people’s knowledge and skills? Or they fully know about everything but they simply choose to disregard fairness in their working environment? Many talents have already fallen to their trap. It is truly a pity how NetFix LLC continue to prey on their skills.
Fooling Clients by Offering False Writer Descriptions and Backgrounds
Most of the students who look for online writing solutions come from Western countries, thus they would usually rather hire writers who have a deeper understanding of their culture and their academic requirements than those who are coming from other parts of the world. This fact could have been the driving force for WritersHub.org to fool their clients by claiming that their writers come native English-speaking countries.
Upon checking the writers’ demographics of this online writing service provider on SimilarWeb, I can assert that more than 85% of their talents actually come from Kenya.
Not that I am being culturally biased or pejoratively racist, but what I want to let you understand is their doubtful action to fool clients about the real background of their writers.
Are they afraid that students won’t pay as much as they ask if they knew about these things? It seems that they have a selfish interest to protect.
Shall We Believe All the Lies by WritersHub.org?
All of us do not want to look foolish in the eyes of anyone. But what NetFix LLC continually does to students, professionals, and prospective clients is fool them about their writing services. When you check the websites that are associated with WritersHub.org and NetFix LLC, you will notice the same lies being blurted over and over again.
Consider the following fraudulent claims by NetFix LLC:
- False Claim #1 from UKWritings.com: Source: https://ukwritings.com/ (information as of 12 October, 2018)
- False Claim #2 from EssayRoo.com: Source: https://essayroo.com/ (information as of 12 October, 2018)
- False Claim #3 from AustralianHelp.com: Source: https://australianhelp.com/ (information as of 12 October, 2018)
- False Claim #4 from GrabMyEssay.com: Source: https://grabmyessay.com/ (information as of 12 October, 2018)
Their promises and assertions are apparently false. They are all lies which are perfectly written to strategically target students from Western countries and the Australian region.
Even though they peg writing services at extensive rates, students would agree to such because they need to pass their subjects and they need to get a good future. The intention of this company is to scam students of their money by promising quality essay solutions that are made by highly reputable professionals from credible English speaking institutions.
But then again, a lot of people get easily fooled by sweet words, attractive website designs, and masterfully crafted reviews. What we often fail to do is examine the truthfulness, the credibility, and the depth of most websites’ claims.
Beware Students and Writers!
The way that WritersHub.org maliciously works hurts not only the students who could possibly fail their subjects because of unmet standards but also the writers themselves who work so hard only to get a measly pay. Indeed, WritersHub.org and NetFix LLC are contemptible entities which students and writers must be cautious of.