Buying research papers can be quite risky. Why would the service have them unless they HAD been used before, right? How do we know they are good papers unless they had received a grade of A? and if they have received a grade of A, then they have to have been turned in before, right? And if they have been turned in anywhere – just one time even, that teacher will have ran them through some kind of plagiarism detector service like Turn it in or Copy scape. And once they are here, or on the web, even one matched sentence and that paper is considered plagiarized—now and forever.
You can kind of see it from the teacher’s point of view, yes? They are not really teaching you to write unless you start trying to write yourself.
Now, whether you buy an expensive research paper or a cheap one, your chief goal is to find out if the paper is “plagiarism detector free,” and how are you to do this if the paper writing service will not let you have the paper and run it through a plagiarism detector BEFORE you buy it?
Well, I doubt they would do that.
For one thing, you could just keep the paper. Another thing, let’s say you found out it was plagiarized and you told all your friends and they told all their friends and soon, people get on line and tag the service as selling plagiarized papers. Then, there goes all of their business. So, again, I do not think they will let you sample a paper.
What you can do is get on the web and hope that, like you, there are other honest students out there who want to help elevate the student experience for everyone---and by that I mean by leaving quality feedback about which paper selling services sell plagiarism free papers and which services sell plagiarized papers.
Check student discussion boards, check for “Really honest feedback about paper selling services” whatever you do, do not count on the feedback that is on said paper selling services website, because of course that is made up, manufactures, and 100% no true.
Another thing with research papers is you have to make sure that they did THEIR research right, right? That they used good sources ane cited them correctly. For this reason, I recommend you try it, if you can, before you buy it?