Master Papers seems to be a legit service but if we checked their reviews on independent sources, we’ve found something interesting. For example, they claim that their average rating on SiteJabber is 4.6, but really it’s 3.5. One-third of Master Papers writers reviews were one-star reviews, and many of them shared terrible things, including poor quality, refunds, and missed deadlines.
Tricking people into thinking they’re a “top-rated essay writing service” (that’s how they call themselves on their website) is unethical, at least.
While such a high number of negative MasterPaper reviews is certainly a red flag, we decided to test their quality ourselves. We ordered a lab report, checked out the prices, and spoke with the customer support team so you know what kind of experience you should expect from them.
Writing Services Offered
Even though the overall design of Master Papers website is pretty clean, the main menu is a mess. When we tried to find the list of services, we went to the appropriate menu section where we found a messy, long list of academic assignments.
Anyway, here’s what we saw in that list: essays, book reports, research proposals, annotated bibliography, research papers, literature review, lab reports, dissertations, speeches, research proposals, and more. In addition to typical academic assignments just listed, Master Papers also claims to be able to help with such unusual projects as online job applications, web content writing, social media content, and blog posts.
Pricing and Discounts
Fortunately for us, there’s a pricing table at Master Papers where they list the prices for their services. There are five levels in which they provide writing: High School, College, Undergraduate, Master, and PhD (they must have a large pool of writers to pull that off). After reviewing the prices, we can say that they’re about the industry average. Here are some examples for you to have an idea of what to expect.
Essay, 1 page, college-level writing:
- 10 days: $18.77
- 20 days: $17.01
- 4 days: $21.14
- 2 days: $24.26.
Essay, 1 page, undergraduate-level writing:
- 10 days: $21.22
- 20 days: $19..46
- 4 days: $23..44
- 2 days: $26.55.
Research paper, 1 page, college-level writing:
- 10 days: $18..47
- 20 days: $16.75
- 4 days: $20.81
- 2 days: $23.87.
The longer the deadline, the lower is the price; for example, by setting up the deadline at 20 days, you can reduce the price of the order.
Master Papers also provide discounts for customers. For new ones, they give 15 percent off the first order, but there’s no loyalty system for those who buy from them more than once.
The choice of the assignment for this MasterPapers review was rather unusual: a 3-page lab report on organic chemistry experiment. To help the writer to complete the assignment properly as well as add more credibility to our request, we even provided a template in addition to the task description.
When the report arrived at our email, we found out what those one-star Master Papers writers reviews were talking about. The task was missing two parts: graphs and one Q&A answer! On top of that, the post lab questions were simply laughable because they were ridiculously simple and could have been answered with the discussed experiment.
There are multiple ways to contact customer support at Master Papers: by email, live chat, and phone. We used live chat mostly, and a person named Daniel Biggs was very helpful and professional.
Based on our experience writing this MasterPapers review, we don’t recommend this essay writing service.
The Pros are:
- average prices
- average first-time customer discount
The Cons are:
- the quality of the report was extremely poor. The fact that it was missing two important parts suggests that the writer in charge of this project had no idea how to write it
- no loyalty system, so you’ll be spending much more than you should if you choose Master Papers for long-term cooperation
- Master Papers are not being completely honest about their rating by claiming to be a “top-rated essay writing service.”
The real Master Papers rating on SiteJabber is 3.5, not 4.6, as suggested by their website. Our trial paper supported this, as the company’s writer did a terrible job that would cost us a lot of headache if we were a real student.