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    Posted by Grace Miller on May 14, 2023 at 6:26 pm

    The prices for unemployed professors are jaw-droppingly high. For a simple essay, the prices we were offered were comparable to what other websites charge. We were offered prices ranging from 25 to $35 per page, which is 10 to 20 more than the average.

    Bidding systems do not allow for discounts or coupon codes. Most writing services offer a promo code for first-time buyers. This company is a shame because they have not been able to offer their customers a similar deal considering the high prices.

    Extra Features
    Customers don’t have to choose extra features when placing an order. They must include these items in the project request. These are the things writers need to review and bid on. Instead, most of the extra features on UnemployedProfessors.com are in the web content. You can find several comic strips and videos that depict their services, and the benefits they claim to offer customers.

    Conclusion
    Unemployed Professors is not rated high despite a great website and some nice testimonials. After weighing the pros and cons, we decided that Unemployed Professors has done a lot of work in creating a website with lots of great content. Unfortunately, they don’t pay the same attention as other companies to quality writing, quality customer service agents and quality assurance. UnemployedProfessors isn’t a scam or fraud. It is simply not a good writing service.

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    tracy berge replied 2 months, 3 weeks ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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    tracy berge

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    October 12, 2023 at 6:32 am

    The game features a gorilla named Donkey Kong who has kidnapped a woman named Pauline, and the player controls a character named Jumpman (later known as Mario) who must climb ladders and jump over obstacles to rescue her.

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