At EssayTutors.net we take confidentiality very seriously. However, we have
noticed that sometimes communication between writers and customers in
chat within some orders tends to ignore the sensitive principles of
confidentiality. Because of this, we have decided to introduce three
principles of confidentiality we ask all customers to follow:
- Do not share your personal contacts with your writer. This includes your first and last name, email address, phone number,
university or school you attend, or your home address. Our system is
built for our customers and writers to work comfortably inside the order
page without having to use any other means of communication. If you
need to share a document or other types of additional materials, upload
them onto your order page, or use a free file-sharing website. If the
writer is offline, and you urgently need their reply, let us know by
creating a query for our Support team. We work 24/7 and will assist you
the best way we can.
- Do not give the writer your login details to your school or university website. If you need to share information, retrieve it yourself and upload it
using one of the methods described in the previous paragraph. Giving
anyone access to your personal log is something we strongly discourage.
- Do not deal with the writer directly via PayPal, wire transfers, or any other payment method. In the recent past, we have had an instance of a scam account used, to
which several customers fell victim. Remember: it is only safe to pay
for your order directly through our website. We do not collect your
credit card information, and have a transparent money back guarantee.
EssayTutors.net is a CERTIFIED MCAFEE SECURE website.
confidentiality is essential when it comes to online academic
assistance. We never ask for any more information than we need to get
you started with an order. We insist very strongly that you keep your
communication with writers confidential as well.
You agree to comply with all points of this Confidentiality Policy when you first place an order with EssayTutors.net