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2018 Reddit Hacks: Best Tips to Review Essay Writing Services

2018 Reddit Hacks: Best Tips to Review Essay Writing Services

Posted on Jul 2018:- By: PaperHub
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When you think about Reddit discussion boards, you may think about a social service which is aimed to facilitate niche marketing like services offering essay writing which offer the best value and quality worldwide, just like Yahoo Answers. But what you don’t know won’t hurt you but its best to read this piece which will raise your state of alert before you get hurt by ordering essay writing services from the best-reviewed essay companies on Reddit discussion boards and Quora. These companies  use a free marketing strategy which involves posting reviews “their own reviews” on Reddit discussion boards and Quora websites which boast of a high DA and PA which are essentials of properly done search engine optimization (SEO) but these websites don’t just eye the marketing idea, they go ahead and spam these sites with low-value links from their desk: I mean, they review themselves by asking questions which mostly you will end up searching on the internet and answer them and not forgetting that they link back to their own companies as essay companies which are legit and high-rated.

For a genuine student looking to boost his or her grades and maybe never tried sourcing help from these essay websites, then the traps laid by these companies will work, and the kill will be made in a matter of minutes.

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1.    Spot imposters

Imposters normally pose as someone or a company you can trust and be sure that they do not mess with this point-they ensure that they have your needs sorted out and all your fears melted down, and you have no other option left but to trust them and wire the money to their accounts. This brings us to the traits you can watch out for:

Some characteristics of an imposter company or an individual are:

ü   Con-companies are not obvious rogues

ü   It does take the right conditions to make a con (manipulative, devious and aggressive)

ü   Con artists rely on human trust 100%, and if you trust more, then you are at high danger to bear the marking from a con company/artist.  Therefore, if you trust, do so with absolute caution.

ü   Imposters know how to read your tone, and that’s why you should hang up on the phone before you expose your weakness.

ü   Get this: Cons have benefited from the advances in technology. Remember “Catch me if you can?” Frank Abagnale who came up with that piece quotes “What I did 50 years ago as a teenage boy is 4000 times easier to do today because of technology. Technology breeds crime. It always has, and always will.”

ü   Most scammers get away with it.

 

2.    Perform an online search: Background checks.

Online searches can be conducted on any search engine, and you can do this in the comfort of your mobile phone or desktop computer by searching ‘xxxx company scam,’ xxxx company reviews,’ and even going ahead to check if their phone number has been reported to be spam due to past experiences with users who have been scammed before. You might not get 100% results, but at least you will get something substantial from the results.

 

3.    Caller ID spoofing: What you ought to know.

With the heightened technology and its evolution you may never know who is calling you and whether or not it’s a legitimate business call or just another fat scam. Automation of most businesses in their processes has been incredibly a success, and with the same threshold, scam companies have adopted the same technology to make swindling much easier and undetected. When you receive a phone call from a company purporting to sell services which you really want; take a break, hang up and think about it and if you really think it’s okay, then call a phone number from the company’s website which of course should have a BBB certificate and all security measures a website which legit should have-just don’t trust any phone number ID whether you’re using Truecaller or any other application that can tell phone ID. 

4.    Double check the payment getaway they want you to use.

Legit essay writing services will never ask you to pay using your credit card, but they will use PayPal as a third party agent who will take the money of their behalf from your credit card or MasterCard. Therefore, never give your credit card information to any company and NEVER send money via western union or even wiring:-trust me; you will never get your money back. These are among the payment methods you should avoid: Money-Pak, Reloadit, vanilla, Skrill, and any other reloadable card.

5.    Find someone to talk to.

100% of scammers want you to make a hasty decision so that you end up deciding without actually thinking of the consequences. Therefore, take time and talk to someone you trust, not your professor of course since you’re trying to cheat here. So talk to and your elder brother or elder sister and if you are an elder yourself then take time, enough time to think about it by conducting background research of the essay company by checking BBB seals and so on.

6.    Hang-up on bot calls

Most essay writing companies which are not located in the USA have bogus marketing strategies which involve email marketing; bot calls since they can’t talk proper English. If you receive a call and you notice that it’s a recorded voice, hang up since these calls are illegal and not allowed within the jurisdiction of the United States. You might be asked to press three if you want to be taken off the list but don’t press anything other than the end call button.

7.    Be cynical about free-trial deals

Most essay writing services advertising on Reddit discussion boards and even Quora opt for bizarre marketing stratagems which include trial offers where you give your credit card information, and you can try the service for one month then you can cancel your subscription any time after the trial period has expired. You can risk if you want to but before risking the deal which I’m opposed to, read the cancellation policy and review your bank statement often.

8.    Ensure you’ve Signed up for scam alerts

Sign up for free, and readily available and updated scam alerts from government aided programs which are readily available within the USA and even go ahead to countercheck companies with Better Business Bureau better known as BBB.

 

Just a recap:

1.    Spot imposters

2.    Perform an online search: Background checks

3.    Caller ID spoofing: What you ought to know

4.    Double check the payment getaway they want you to use

5.    Find someone to talk to

6.    Hang-up on bot calls

7.    Be cynical about free trial offers

8.    Ensure you’ve Signed up for scam alerts