San Fransisco, California (PressExposure) February 02, 2007 -- Custom essay writing company ProfEssays has lately encountered with a number of malicious and mendacious rumours spread through the Internet and aimed at discrediting its good reputation and undermining the confidence of customers. These rumours are ensued from comments posted on a number of forums dealing with the issues of anti-plagiarism and fraud.
One of senior ProfEssays managers Dave Norman agreed to shed some light on the origins of this disinformation and those who are behind it. First of all, Mr. Norman said that the nature of custom writing service ProfEssays has nothing to do with plagiarism. He said "Why do they try to bring up plagiarism? If a student has his paper written by a professional highly skilled and pay for the service it isn't plagiarism. It's evident that such a transaction will be called purchase". "Were there any other accusations posted on these sites?" 'Yes, there were", answered Mr.Norman, "Of course, we should take into account the fact that the bulk of these comments containing false information about ProfEssays have been posted by our competitors. However, there are comments made by people who believed our rivals and were mislead by their malicious fraud. It is the case with one of reputable forums.
As far as I remember the discussion about the legitimacy of ProfEssays was focused mostly on the quality of ProfEssays services and possibility to get high marks using custom writing. The most of the participants adhered to an opinion that the services provided by the company and by other companies of this kind in general are bound to be of poor quality that they cheat students claiming that it is impossible to get decent marks submitting custom essays. Such unanimity stems either from abysmal ignorance in the subject or what seems more likely from a selective approach to comments adopted by the owners of the site as we were denied a chance to post their our opinion.
I wonder what the reasons for refusing to post ProfEssays opinion are. Perhaps, they, lawyers by professions, don't care for freedom of speech and give preference to censorship, are keen to arrange tendentious and partial coverage of all the topics whenever they initiate discussions and in this way violates laws and disregard good manners." Dave Norman also mentioned that there are sites created by other custom writing companies to slander rivals. Therefore ProfEssays is forced to initiate its own investigation of this disinformation campaigns and plans to familiarize customers with the results of its inquiry.