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  • Pricing 4.2
  • Support 4.7
  • Quality 3.4
  • Delivery 3.6
  • Usability 4.5
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EduBirdie Review has a business model that we often see. Customers place orders and then those orders are placed up for bids from writers who are registered with the company. In this sense, then, the company acts more as a clearinghouse for customers and writers to “match” up in order for orders to be completed.

We have conducted this review based upon the same factors that we always use. Those factors include information on the company website, testimonials published on-site, quality of writing based upon site text, samples and blogs, customer reviews we have found on the web, and the results from a university-level research paper which we ordered and awarded to one of the bidders. The results of our review follow.

Factor 1: Types of Writing Services Offered

Edu Birdie is typical of most all academic writing services. It focuses on student customers from high school through Ph.D. programs. By opening the hamburger menu in the left upper corner of the Home page, students can see the listing of all of the writing that is offered. Further, they can click on any of the writing product types and link to more detailed information about that type of piece. 


The offerings include essays, papers, theses, dissertations, admissions essays, and more. While not stated, we assume that editing and proofreading is also offered, given that there are quite a large number of writers – we assume that there are individuals who can perform these functions.

Factor 2: Trust/Reliability

Factors of trust and reliability are determined by several criteria. 

  • Does the customer have access to customer support? 
  • Does the customer have access to his/her writer? 
  • Does the customer receive what s/he orders and on time? 
  • Does the customer have privacy and confidentiality?
  • Does the Company stand by its policies?

The reviews of EduBirdie that we have found on the web are mixed. While all customers stated that they received ordered products and did have conversations with their writers, many customers spoke to lack of responsiveness of their writers, especially when they asked for revisions. 

Based upon these customer experiences, we can certainly say that is not a fraud or scam.

Factor 3: Level of Quality

When we look at quality, of course we look at what customers say. We also review the quality of writing on the Edu Birdie website itself, samples or blog posts if available, and our evaluation of the research paper we ordered and received from one of the writers.

  • Again, customer reviews are mixed. On-site testimonials are all quite positive.
  • Customers who have provided off-site comments do speak to lower quality than they expected. Many state that their writers were obviously foreign.
  • Our experience with writing quality was concerning. There were just a number of grammatical and compositional errors that were reflective of an ESL writer, although we were told by our writer that he was an American.


The quality of writing on the website is also of certain concern. The writing is poor and is very repetitive, especially in the footer pages. In all, content is also quite thin. There is a blog, but the articles are poorly written and, in some cases, incorrect. One post on dissertation methodology used as an example a law dissertation. Law school students write lots of papers, but they never write dissertations.

Factor 4: Pricing/Payment

Prices are not definite. Customers place orders, and registered writers submit bids. We finally settled on a price of $134.00 for an 8-page research paper with a 7-day deadline. There are no discounts or coupon codes for special pricing. No new customer will find a promo code for a “welcome” discount.

Customer can negotiate pricing with writers, to an extent. And EduBirdie has a new policy that will assign a writer for a customer, for a price of $9.99/page. This seems odd, especially when there are students at all different levels who need many different types of pieces. It is unusual that a qualified writer would work for that amount.

Payments are made via major credit cards and are secure. Payments are held by the company until the customer approves the piece of writing. We did not approve our piece and requested a refund. We are still awaiting a response. This is pretty poor PR.

Factor 5: Additional Important Considerations

There are no company-wide free pages or other benefits. These are left up to the writers, at their discretion. 

Concluding Comments

We have a number of concerns about Edu Birdie as we look at pros & cons. As we look at writer profiles and what they have written, we find that one writer has produced pieces in nursing, criminology, English literature, marketing and psychology. Obviously, the writer does not have degrees in all of these fields. How, then does he qualify to write in all of these areas? There is also no BBB membership. Overall, we are providing a rating of “Fair.”

EduBirdie Review

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Rose Anne commented
Edubirdie is real scam! I am really mad. After they took my money, they give me nothing and I can't even contact their support as they literally cut the line when I tried to call them. I was actually thankful that their service was banned so they can stop scamming people."
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Susan commented
They write OK, sometimes better, sometimes worse depending on a writer. I hate though that they only do everything in one format. On the one hand, it looks like a corporate style and everything. On the other hand, I often need a different formatting from what they offer. No big deal to alter it on my own but still it takes another dozen of minutes.
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Jane commented
The service is responsive and easy to use but they can’t guarantee the most important part – quality of papers. Mine needed to be edited so I spent the whole night working on it. Not what you expect for your money.
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    REPLY Chels1204 commented
    I asked for a paper on professional issues within community agencies. I paid more money for quick turnaround and writer with higher education. I received a paper on DIVORCE! Support told me the writer uploaded the wrong paper, but the writer said they were confused about the topic. The writer never asked questions or mentioned they were confused. THIS IS A SCAM COMPANY
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    REPLY Publius commented
    I work for EduBirdie, which is really 10 companies with various names. (They create tons of websites when their reputation finds itself in the toilet). They all have the same writers, the same support and the same owner. I am at the higher end of their pay structure (Native Writer). I get 10-12 per page and the company charges the client $30 to $80 depending on the timeline. If you see positive reviews on here and other websites, they are either fake, or the person who got a paper from them that praised it is an ESL (English as a Second Language) student and they wouldn't recognize crappy writing if they saw it. I estimate this is 30-40% of their customers. As with most non-legitimate businesses (don't pay taxes) only use PayPal/Payoneer/Skrill etc., they have a grueling and barbaric third-world mindset when it comes to employees and customers. Their writers are totally unqualified overall. 2% of us are, but the rest are certainly not. Don't believe me? Go see for yourself. Go to EduBirdie to place an order. Choose their best quality writers. When you post the details of your paper, you will get like 10 to 30 copy and pasted messaged from people with screen names like: ""Dr. Bob"" ""Professor Jennifer"" ""Katniss PhD"" Ask them: ""I see your screen name says, PhD. What is your Doctorate in, and where did you get it from?"" OR ""What University did you teach at?"" They will stop responding OR you will get a lie that you can easily Google and see for yourself that they are lying. The company allows fake credentials to be passed. Engage them in conversation. You will see the writers that the company is recommending to you type in broken English. You will pay $30 to $80 per page. Use your common sense. Do you think someone with a quarter of a million in student debt to get a Doctorate or a Masters Degree is going to be writing papers for lazy children when they can make 6 figures per year working in their field? The culture for writers at the company is horrendous. They exhibit every third world employee/business relationship possible. Everything is an offense that requires a fine. They have dolts masquerading as academic experts to fine tooth comb your paper. They are called ""Quality Assurance."" It is there job to scour paper based on clients instructions and find anything that was missing (Not to help the client, because they don't tell them this). They then designate it as canceled, take your money for writing it and the client gets their paper. Even if they were happy with the paper, paid you and gave you a good review, the company will still confiscate the order. They have quotas of taking the writers' money. 99% of the time, your paper will be terrible unless you engage the writer in conversation to determine if they speak good English or you will certainly be screwed. I make a bunch of money here, which is why I stay. Company theft is the cost of doing business with a pernicious 3rd world online company, but I write it off as par for the course.
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    REPLY Walter commented
    That's weird. I ordered a paper from them and the one I received was exactly the same as I got from another writing service.
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