How to Avoid Buying Plagiarized Essays


The absolute biggest risk when buying an essay is receiving a plagiarized essay. Every single syllabus for every single class has a strict requirement that the work be entirely original. When a teacher finds that the paper you turned in is not original, it can get you in a lot of trouble. You can get a lower grade or even a zero on the paper. You can even get expelled. When you decide to hire someone to write your essay for you, there are simple ways to ensure it is not plagiarized.

Emphasize that you Need Original Work

You and I may assume that this is a natural requirement when purchasing an essay. However, you need to put this requirement in the agreement when you hire someone. Let the writer know that this is important to you. Emphasize that you could get in huge trouble if this is not the case. Always include a clause in the agreement that if the work is not original, the writer does not get paid.

Check the Paper for Plagiarism before you Turn it In

Make sure you get the paper with enough time to check it for plagiarism yourself. There are a number of sources, such as Copy-scape, which will allow you to check your paper for reworded or blatantly copied work. If the worst case scenario occurs where you find out the paper is in fact plagiarized, it is better to tun it in late. Even if you get a zero. You want to know for yourself that it is a piece of original writing before you hand it in to your teacher as an official essay.

Hire A Competent Writer

The best way to get an original piece of work is to hire someone who is used to writing original work for people. Hire someone who has done the job successfully for a long time. But don't just go with their word. Research what your writer claims about themselves. Read reviews on the writer or hire someone you trust entirely. And whatever you do, remember that you get what you pay for. If you hire someone to write a ten page paper for ten dollars, you might need to think about the quality of work they are going to give you.

You don't want to be stuck in an awkward conversation with your teacher about why your paper seems to resemble another one way too well. Especially when you didn't write the paper. Protect yourself.