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Quality of services depends on the writers’ qualification and experience. In quality, this company is totally failed because its writers are not qualified. They are college-level students and working part-time as a freelancer. They are also not native English speakers. Their writing contains a lot of mistakes. High instances of plagiarism are also reported in their work by past customers. it means that they do not use ‘Turnitin’. They are involved in deceiving customers.

For Students:

The students will get deception and fake services from this firm as the company deliver irrelevant materials to customers. The writer of this firm cannot handle academic writing of students. They cannot meet student expectations.


A high school level essay of 2000 words will cost you around $270. This is not a reasonable rate. it is more than high for nothing but scams. It is so high because they know that the customers will not come again to take their services. Therefore, they try to loot them at once.

Customer Support promises to help you all the time. But they have given only live chat option which is also not workable. You cannot get any help from them. You cannot also get your money back.


Edubridie is scam firm which the only aim is to make money. They are not here for serving people. Its site is also insecure, from which your debit card information can easily be stolen. So, overall we do not recommend this firm for writing.


They cannot provide any benefit to you. Their goal is only making money via fake services and an insecure website. We don’t recommend them.

User Reviews

“Edubirdie has the worst customer support. They don't care about us, students. All they know is how to rob our money. They don't know how to write academic papers, but you cannot make a day's late in paying them.”

By Amy Harris

Is it okay for you to pay thousands of dollars for poor quality work? Then EduBirdie might just be the right company for you. Otherwise, try to stay away from it. They not only used irrelevant data in my paper but also cited the sources in an incorrect format.”

By Charly Beits