Here is the big fear with using online writing services – plagiarism. A piece of writing that is not completely original and/or has fake resources, or resources not cited correctly, is worthless. But more than worthless, it will lead to charges of plagiarism from an instructor or professor. Every school/university has a plagiarism policy with pretty severe consequences – ranging from a “0” on the piece, to expulsion from the course, and, in some extreme instances, from the school. At WriteLoad.com, plagiarism never happens. And here’s why. As soon as a writer has completed a piece, it is sent over to our editing department for, among other things, a plagiarism scan. We use our in-house scan detection software, which is actually more comprehensive than those that instructors use. Not piece of writing is ever delivered to a customer without passing this scan.
In case you don’t know how plagiarism detection works, here’s how it’s done at Write Load. First of all, the piece is scanned into the software program. Immediately it is checked against other writing that is “out there” on the web. This check is looking for similarities that are strong enough to “flag” that sentence, section, etc. as possible plagiarism. If anything is flagged, more analysis is run. There are a lot of commonly used phrases that may pop up. These are not an issue. Sometimes, a section will pop up, but in looking at the piece, it has been quoted or cited. Again, this will not be a problem. An originality report is then generated, showing that all is well. Only then is the piece released for delivery to a customer. Generally, anything under 3% similarity is acceptable. It means that there are probably some common phrases.