To students who struggle to fill a few pages with writing about their field, the writing of a thesis may seem like an absolute nightmare. Even writers with exceptional stamina can find themselves in positions where they feel overwhelmed by the quantity of work they are expected to complete and may decide as a result to hire someone to do it on their behalf. This can be a highly dangerous mission for any of the following reasons:
With all of these concerns on your plate, here are some tips to keep in mind so that you have a more productive search:
You may know someone with exceptional writing and research skills who is also exceptionally trustworthy. Ask if they will sell you academic writing. They may refuse but if they accept you will have access to them to ask for revisions or explanations. Explanations are especially useful because you may be called upon to explain something that you asserted in the paper they wrote.
Companies that have a fairly long history of providing good service are preferable to those that are fairly new and have dubious reputations or are infamous for providing substandard work. Look out for these and avoid them whenever you come across them.
If your thesis is being done on something very specific, you should be very clear about that with any potential providers. A lay person will make their ignorance clear early on and this could raise suspicion among the professors or committee members who have access to your work. It would be nearly impossible to provide them for a plausible explanation for why your work reflects none of the knowledge you were supposed to be spending years accumulating.
Tips can be useful in helping you find the right company to help you but perhaps the best tip of all is that hiring out your assignments tends to end up harming you academically in the long run especially if you end up doing it frequently.