If you want to hire someone to take your online class, you can! It’s possible, easy, and affordable. However, there’s a catch.
It can be hard to keep up with the new method of online schooling. It seems like you have twice as many assignments and half as much clarity in what they’re about. So you may be thinking “can I pay someone to take my online class?” Yes, if you want to hire someone to take your online class, you can! It’s possible, easy, and affordable. However, there’s a catch. There are hundreds of online class-help websites, but getting the right one is not as simple as just picking one. It’s a process that requires diligence in order to avoid scammers. These are individuals who will agree to take your class but do the opposite. They’ll not submit any assignments and if you ask for a refund, they’ll blackmail you.
We’ve had many clients who have been scammed or visited a scam website. That’s why we’ve decided to write a complete guide on how you’d hire someone to take your online class. We’re here to help you not rush into just any online class help site, but instead make an informed decision that will help boost your grade and save your wallet.
Make sure they are a legitimate business. Keep in mind while on your search that it's not a must they are based in the USA. Many online class help companies are based overseas and are completely genuine.
How can you prove it's a registered business? Well, most companies can’t divulge their business records for privacy reasons. However, there are ways to tell if they are a legit business. One way is to see if the business is trademarked. There are search engines where you can see if a company is trademarked or not.
You should find out if the company you’re using is a registered business before using them for litigation purposes. If you have a bad experience and encounter a scammer, you can press charges to get a refund or more on your bad experience. However, this only works if they are a registered business that can be penalized for their actions.
Since many class help websites are not based out of the USA, make sure they are using a VPN to help protect you from getting caught by your school or professor. Ask if they use a VPN or a dedicated IP address for your classes and read reviews of others’ experiences with privacy through that website.
Speaking of ratings, check them! Most websites will post fake reviews on their sites, so make sure to check reviews from sites such as Trustpilot and Sitejabber to obtain genuine reviews. Also, make sure to use your instincts to ascertain if they are real reviews.
If the reviews only span over a few months but the site has been around for years, odds are they are fake. Also, if there are only 5-star ratings across the board, it may be a signal that something is off. If a company is big enough to reach a wide array of people, they’ll have at least one bad review about their site. This doesn’t mean they’re a bad site if their average is still at or above 4 stars. Bad reviews mean people are actually using this site and leaving their honest opinions, whether good or bad.
Please keep in mind that it's rare to find a company that offers fixed prices. We always tell our clients that every class is different. Most companies base their pricing on the workload, duration, and difficulty level.
Look around, compare prices but don't go for too cheap (You get what you pay for) and don't go for too expensive, you might get what you could have gotten from a cheaper offer. If you'd like to get an online class help cost estimate, you can chat with one of our tutors to see how much it'll cost you to pay someone to take your class.
Make sure you understand what you’re being charged for. Mersomo breaks down the price quote for everything. Never accept a price quote without a breakdown, and if a company asks for an upfront payment, proceed with caution. Some companies just want to exploit you so you might get someone telling you, for example, that you're supposed to pay for a VPN. This is not the case for quality sites.
Here are a few questions to ask yourself before paying an online class help site:
• Are they able to handle your class?
• Can they handle your class and guarantee an A or B?
• For technical classes, such as engineering, math, medicine, nursing, and IT, make sure they have the right people to do the job.
Before you buy the service, ask and find out from the site and users who have paid for the site before how communication works. Can you communicate with the person handling the class directly? Also, when are they available online? These sites are often based overseas, so make sure they can line up their schedule a few times a week to discuss work with you.
After you have made sure that the business is real and that the work will be delivered with the quality intended, don’t completely ignore the work. Get involved, especially if there's group work in the class. Yes, they will complete your assignments but you still want to make sure they are being done with accuracy and efficiency. Make sure you find the time, at least once a week, before the due date to monitor the work. Remember, it's your class, not theirs.