How To Buy A Thesis: 7 Tips That Will Prevent You From Being Scammed
Buying your thesis should ideally be a seamless process where you state your requirements, pay the required price and get a professional document submitted to you in the agreed upon time. However as with anything else in this world there are those who cannot waste the opportunity to scam you. There are several different tactics that online cons will use to try and get your hard-earned money from you.
- Know what you want. The first step is to be sure what you want from your thesis and demand strict adherence to this. Accept no excuses whatsoever that will cause you to compromise or adjust your expectations. If the sellers are what they claim to be, they should be able to do the kind of work you desire and add to it rather than subtract from it. You are paying good money, demand good service for it.
- Always ask for something in exchange for money. Never part with your money without something in return. Always ask for sample work done preferably in your area of study as you will then be able to gauge the quality of work that you will receive. Parting with your money based on a promise is a sure way to lose it. Let the seller at least earn the deposit. You can ask for a sample abstract, bibliography, introduction or even a write up of what the seller understands your expectations to be.
- Plagiarism checker. The third step is to ensure that the site runs the work they give on a program that verifies the originality of the work. You can do the same yourself. Use available online services to verify the work and only pay once you are sure that the work has not been plagiarized.
- Apply your knowledge. You have gone to school and studied the subject area under review. Use your expertise. Scammers can submit volumes of work that hold no academic value just to get your money from you. Read through the work produced. Does it add value, relate to your topic, and prove your hypothesis? Do the numbers add up? Is the data analysis sound? Take the time to check the work before you get embarrassed when you are defending it in front of the academic elite.
- Always pay in bits. Do not part with your money all at once. Get into an arrangement with the site offering the dissertation whereby you receive each section of the work as it is completed. If it is to your satisfaction, then release the money for that section. If you get caught in a scam, you will not lose all your money.
- Dig up the dirt on the site if any. In addition to all this, always try to find out whether there has been a dispute between the site and previous customers. You can ask your friends or check online. People have developed the habit of airing their grievances online. If it exists, chances are that someone has posted it online. Nevertheless, do not write off a site because of this. Some sites will have a dispute resolution department that will explain to you how disputes are resolved.
- Is it too good to be true? Lastly, the old adage holds true. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If someone offers you everything you want at a ridiculously low price and timeline, ask yourself why?