No, we’ve been around under the iNeedShitDone name since 2011. However, the founder, Lucius, started doing homework for other students in his sophomore year of high school, back in 2005.
2. Why haven’t I found any reviews of the service online?
Our clients usually have a lot to protect in terms of their occupations and reputation. Clients usually tell their closest friends and ask them to keep their use of the service a secret. They and their friends don’t usually consider publishing online reviews. Hence, if you do happen to find a review, it’s probably in some small crevice in the labyrinth that is the World Wide Web.
3. Will you provide samples?
Sure. BUT, you’ll have to ask for some if you really think it’s necessary for you to receive some. We won’t offer the samples because such a provision costs valuable time. Since we’re on a time budget (and you are), we like to keep things moving. So, just ask for some samples if you want some. Otherwise, trust us.
4. What’s the contract like?
You can find a sample contract [here].
5. What happens if the work I receive doesn’t get me the grade, job, career, internship, scholarship I want?
Well, we cover that in the contract. To make a long story short, we aren’t responsible for your grades, academic standing, popularity, etc… When you virtually sign our contract, you agree with this.
6. How much does an essay cost?
The price greatly depends on two factors: time and technicality. The base (minimum) rate is $15 per page, which isn’t negotiable since it’s already a significantly generous rate with respect to that of most essay mills. A page is anywhere from 250 to 275 words. We need ample time to complete your assignment, and to us (at the moment), that’s at least 8 hours to complete 1 page. If we’re given a more stringent deadline, we’ll charge you double the standard price, which would make your essay $30 a page.
But that’s pretty steep! Can we negotiate?
So what about technicality?
Technicality is measured by the person consulting you, which is likely to be Lucius, the top gun. Usually, if a client needs special materials, like photos and diagrams, we charge more, which usually ends up being $20 per page, depending on the time scarcity. If there’s hardcore math involved, you have to let us know; if you need us to compute a bunch of data, you also have to let us know. We understand that research for essays can include some work with numbers, which we’re fine with as long as you can pay for it.
7. How much are programming assignments?
Our lowest price is $60 per programming assignment. An assignment like this is something like: “In Java, demonstrate use of an ADT.”
More extensive assignments will cost more. To keep your bill low, it is within your best interest to be extremely organized, providing for us UML diagrams (if you have them or can organize the guidelines with them), speed specs, etc…
8. What about resumes and cover letters?
We’ll usually charge you between $30 and $75 for resumes and cover letters. We negotiate, so once we give you a quote, just let us know what you have in mind and we’ll work with you.
9. When do I pay for my assignment?
Unless stated otherwise, we’ll charge you after your assignment is completed. We want to make the process as painless for you as possible. Rather than have you worry about money you’ve paid us, an underground service of ‘academic hitmen’, we will take on the risk involved in allowing you the work before we receive payment. Generally, we want to make it so that people (especially students) don’t have to worry about the money (if they have it to begin with). Sometimes, for the larger jobs, we’ll ask that you pay either half or a small percentage before we start working on your assignment.
10. What happens if I receive my assignment late?
We’ll decrease your balance. We’re big on this aspect of the deal, so we aim to avoid this problem. In the event that we will get your assignment to you late, we’ll either let you know or tell you that the assignment can’t be completed. If it’s late over three days, we’ll just give it to you for free. Therefore, if you receive the assignment from your professor or know when you need something done, if your deadline permits, provide us with a deadline that lands sooner than you’re required. So, if it’s due March 17th, tell us that it’s due March 10th so that you don’t panic if the assignment happens to be late. But you should rest assured that lateness is a very rare case.
No, it’s not. However, we are aware that hiring managers, professors, and school administrators have problems with plagiary and cheating. We know what we’re doing – we’re helping you get ahead. But, we also know that we aren’t breaking any laws. We’re allowed to do what we do, and so are you. Be warned: If you’re a student, you should know that you can be expelled for cheating. Knowing this, we definitely take the time to make sure that we genuinely produce the work, avoiding any research-oriented plagiary. We cite everything and we make sure that it is clear that what we’re using throughout your work is from some helpful resource.
12. Do I need to send you “[the book]?”
If you’re a student, you may send us a homework assignment that requires use of a textbook. Sometimes, we’ll be able to find the textbook online for free. Other times, we’ll ask you for the material, in which case you’d scan us some relevant pages and we’ll use them to our advantage while producing your work. If you truly need to send us a textbook or any physical material for that matter, the shipping costs will be added to your bill.
13. Can you call me to discuss my assignment?
Generally, no, we cannot and will not. We have a secretive nature to maintain. If you desperately need a call, express that to us and we’ll work something out. We’re asked for such communication way too often, by the way. Now, we just reject the assignment request entirely if asked after having told the client that we’d rather not.
14. I’ll need a revision. Will I have to pay for one?
If you need an essay revised, there might be a charge if the editing required is drastic. Before charging you, we’ll ask you if you’re comfortable with how we plan on billing you.