What is WePapers? It’s a document-sharing platform for students that has blossomed into a full-fledged research writing company. WePapers.com research paper writing help is used by students wielding a few dozen bucks and willing to snatch an A out of their professor’s teeth. Unsurprisingly perhaps, the website is a popular destination for writers willing to provide the said help. Come to think of it, it’s also a church.
Its congregation is voluminous, vivacious, and zealous, but hardly spiritual. What gives? Sharing a belief in a deity is not required; instead, the connective tissue of WePapers is the embrace of a common goal – make more money. The goal is attained through the transmutation of scholarly knowledge into nearly miraculous amounts of the desired substance. The congregants pursue the objective with religious ardor while benefiting their customers in the process. I also frequented the house of worship, which happened to be my own house.
I provided writing services at WePapers.com for two years. My official title was Remote Academic Writer, and I am here to discuss it at length.
Whatever the root causes of academic misconduct are, their effect had reached epidemic proportions because I always was flooded with customers. Some clients commissioning papers couldn’t be bothered to write them; others didn’t have time for it. Both paid nicely for my help.
Since I wrote all materials (mainly research papers but also essays, reports, reviews, etc.) from scratch, just like anyone else in WePapers company, my clients’ cheating was undetectable. Exhilarated by results, they usually rushed back to the ordering page requesting me as their preferred writer, which, needless to say, pleased me to no end. Moreover, I was paid 10% more for papers ordered by return customers and was regularly praised in WePapers testimonials.
Speaking of payments, my wage couldn’t have been higher. I received a pay rate per page and was capable of writing quite a few of those each day. Since I worked at home free from hell-raising children and other distractions, my daily page count equaled or even exceeded 10 pages. Given that WePaper charged its customers up to $56 per page and directed a huge chunk of that money toward my account, I wasn’t complaining about my earnings. To track my financial accomplishments, I created a WePapers login and used it to access my personal admin page. It was also handy for communicating with customers, downloading additional materials, and doing other things of this sort.
The bottom line, WePapers is a secure and dependable service.
Do I recommend WePapers as the place of employment? Hell, yes! You would have plenty of opportunities to sharpen your writing chops while being paid for it.