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Service features

Min Price $10
Max discount 7%
Min deadline 3 hours
Free revisions yes
Refund guaranteed yes

What Is

Assignment Pay belongs to DDW Corp Limited, a Cyprus-based company that runs half a dozen essay mills with similar pricing and quality. This website hasn't been around long and opened for business in 2016. Keep reading my review to learn if the service can be trusted with your papers.

7% first-order discount;
Prices as low as $10 per page.
Writing too poor for college papers;
Astronomical prices for short deadlines;
Not enough reviews to assess rating. Website & App Usability

There's nothing special about the website, but most essay mills look the same to me, with a standard combination of benefits, testimonials, and order buttons. A few standouts include the surprisingly limited number of AssignmentPay reviews posted on the website and ambiguous phrasing describing the writers. There's no Android or iOS app, so you'll be stuck with the mobile interface if you want to use your phone to order the paper.

List of Services Provided

AssignmentPay specializes in academic assistance services, including:

  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Proofreading
  • Formatting
  • Paraphrasing

The most common paper types in the order form are:

  • Essays
  • Term papers and case studies
  • Problem-solving assignments
  • Presentations and speeches
  • Creative writing and critical thinking tasks
  • Theses and dissertations

My Experience Using

Before writing this AssignmentPay review, I ordered a 5-page essay on noise pollution in the cities, its effects on humans, and ways to mitigate it on a city-wide level. I gave the writer a week to find relevant sources and craft a short investigative piece. Unfortunately, the paper I got wasn't at the college level, and I couldn't use it. Writers

Assignment Pay uses vague terms to describe its writers. For instance, instead of "ENL writers", you get "experts from English-speaking countries", which is not the same. I'm not sure the writer I got even had a college degree, and though their English was not bad, they were not a native speaker judging by the awkward phrasing and word choice. Plagiarism

I didn't see any plagiarism complaints, though it doesn't say much when there are so few reviews. My Grammarly check showed less than 10% plagiarism, so I was willing to let it pass. Features

The company doesn't offer much in the way of special features, though you can add a few extras at the second step of the order process:

  • Plagiarism report — $9.99
  • Abstract page — $14.99
  • High-priority order status — $14.99
Full disclosure: I didn't use any of the above, so I can't tell if they are worth the expense.


  1. Academic level

    Price per page

    High school

    From $10 to $38

    College (1 and 2 year)

    From $14 to $40

    College (3 and 4 year)

    From $16 to $38


    From $22 to $50


    From $29 to $58

On the homepage, prices start at $10, but that's only for high schoolers with 14 days to spare. Realistic prices for college students start at around $15 a page. On the upside, the company doesn't promise to deliver Master's and Ph.D.-level papers in 3 hours, with the minimum deadlines set at 24 hours.

My paper arrived on time, though I had to spend another day tweaking it. So consider this your reminder to give yourself enough time for editing or revisions. Promo Codes & Discounts

I found no mention of a loyalty program or lifetime discounts in reviews or Terms and Conditions, but the homepage offered me 7% off my first order in exchange for my email. Login & Paper Ordering Procedure

The order process is relatively straightforward. All I did was

  1. Press the "Order now" button on the homepage
  2. Fill in order details, like paper type, academic level, and the number of pages
  3. Estimate the price by setting the deadline and choosing the writer's level
  4. Share my name, email, and phone number to create an account
  5. Check order details and transfer the payment
  6. Log into my account to check the order progress

Payment Options

Although the Apple Pay logo is present on the website, a credit card is the only way to cover the payment. There's no PayPal or Google Pay either.


The service promises free revisions and full and partial refunds, but I don't know how realistic they are. It all comes down to your ability to prove the writer did not follow your instructions and made mistakes. As of now, I haven't managed either.

ONLINE REPUTATION Reddit, Quora, and Trustpilot presence is non-existent. And there's only one review on SiteJabber. So either the company deletes negative reviews, or it isn't as popular as they want you to think.

Social Media

The writing service doesn't bother with social media either, so I couldn't find any reviews of on Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube.


Aside from email and phone number, the company runs a customer support live chat, which I used to ask a few questions before placing the order. The support agents responded quickly, but their English was poor. As a result, I had to repeat my questions a few times to get an answer beyond the stock response. And my chat with a Dispute Manager drove me crazy because they would not see my side of the issue regardless of the evidence I provided.


If you want my review for in a nutshell: it's not all bad, but the writing is overrated and underperforming. Considering the lack of online reputation and vague guarantees, I can't give this service a rating higher than 3.1 out of 5.0.


Is cheap? No. Although prices start at $14 for college students, the rates skyrocket when you set a short deadline.
Is fraud? No. But it's a Cyprus-based company which is probably a way to evade taxes.
Is cheating? No. If you don't submit the paper you buy, it's not cheating.
Is legal? Yes, if you only use the papers you buy according to the Terms and Conditions.
Is confidential? Yes. The company keeps your personal data safe, though sharing credit card information is somewhat nerve-racking.
Is safe? Yes. But I don't recommend submitting the papers you get here for grading.
Is trustworthy? No. The revision and refund policies ensure you will never get your money back.
Is any good? No. The writing level does not match college requirements, let alone Master's or Doctorate programs.
Is a scam? No. They won't steal your money outright, but they will overcharge you.
Is legit? Yes. The website belongs to Cyprus-based DDW Corp Limited, which runs multiple essay mills.