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General rating 1.8

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Edubirdie Review by All Top Reviews infographic does not speak to how long it has been in the writing service business; however, we have found EduBirdie reviews online from as early as 2015, so we are assuming at least two years. While it states that it is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, USA, it appears that that is only where it is registered as a corporation. The actual physical location of the company is not known. In preparing this EduBirdie review, we have used our standard criteria – the quality of the content on the company website, the information we can find about writers, the EduBirdie discount plan, examples of writing if available, extra benefits, EduBirdie testimonials, both on and off-site, customer service quality, legal issues or significant customer complaints, and the results of a short college paper we obtained. We can now provide this summary.

Products and Services You Will Find

It appears that this company focuses primarily on college-level work, although certainly, high school students could probably order pieces of writing too. The company has a complete listing of academic products and services on its home page, but its business model involves placing an order and then accepting bids from its registered writers. A few examples of writing types include essays, research papers, scholarship essays, and other typical academic documents. Most of the content on the site regarding products and services relates to undergraduate and graduate-level products.

The Real Proof – Writer Experience and Quality

When we read through the content on the website, we were struck by the poor quality of the composition. This company is obviously owned and operated by non-native English speakers. However, giving it the benefit of the doubt, we went on to look at example writings that have been crafted by its writers and, as well, its blog. We were rather appalled at the poor quality of the examples. In fact, they reflected some of the poorest scholarly writing we have seen from a company that purports to have outstanding writers. Grammar and composition were obviously ESL-written. Most writing services at least make an effort to be trusted with decent webpage text. Our review was off to a bad start. We then turned to the blog and found the same issues with the published posts – poor structure, lack of thesis statements, incorrect word usage, etc.

We also read through Edubirdie reviews we found on other review sites and social media. Customers are not happy with what they received and complained about the lack of responsiveness from the company customer support department. While it advertises that it responds to customers in minutes, the only way to contact the company is via email, and emails were not answered at all in many cases. We simply do not consider this to be a reliable customer service. When we had questions for customer support, it was difficult to get consistent and helpful answers.

The paper we received would not have been submissible for any college course. It was poorly structured, lacked coherence, and included terrible English composition. Resources were not as we had requested. This is in spite of the fact that most writers claim to be graduate students or even professors. Students we were in contact with expressed significant frustration in communicating with their writers. They also said that any complaints they lodged about the quality of their essay were ignored. It seems that when customers do not like their products, everyone is strangely silent.

Because the writing services here involve a bidding process, many of the features that are available on other sites are not available here. For example, students cannot order a draft. However, they can request one as part of the process of requesting bids.

Now the Money – Prices, Discounts, Payment Methods

EduBirdie prices are not set. Once a customer has settled on a writer, it is up to the customer and that writer to determine pricing. There are no discounts and no EduBirdie promo codes for discounts. Everything is determined by the bid and the final price that is negotiated.

Customers must place the entire price of the piece on account with the company upfront. While many students may be uncomfortable with this, it appears to be safe. Payments made be made by any major credit card or PayPal, and payment methods are fully secured.

In short? Don’t look for any discount or an EduBirdie coupon code. The good news is that students who submit payment and order information are not spammed with unwanted emails.

The Good, The Bad, the Beautiful, the Ugly

We have to say that “the Ugly” outweighs any possible redeeming features of this company. It is obviously using ESL writers; its customer service is virtually non-existent, and customers who are unhappy with their products will find it very tough to get any response or money back.

We also had some concerns regarding data privacy. While the service does publish privacy and money back guarantee policies, not all of them are clear or up to date. We don’t know if the company is GDPR compliant. However, they do explain how they use cookies and have clear policies regarding third parties and data.

Overall, our rating is “Poor.” We would urge potential customers to avoid this company. They can be trusted to provide papers, but it does not provide acceptable writing products for English-speaking students in English-speaking institutions.

EduBirdie Customers’ Reviews



Reviewed EduBirdie

They scammed me out of my $100, I'll never use them again. The assignment they delivered to me received a D grade

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Reviewed EduBirdie

Even though I had asked for specified results the assignment I got was nothing near what I wanted. Seems like they only write on one standard and dont even care what the customer wants. Very bad services.

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Reviewed EduBirdie

Worst support ever! Not only Jim was rude to me, he also banned, claiming that I am a fraud. Well, despite being discouraged, I decided to place an inquiry. but the writer who I got connected with was definitely non-native. "Kindly please" - he said to me. Is that even possible???

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