Plagiarism

What is plagiarism?

Plagiarism is a wrongful use of someone’s work holding it out as your own. Consequently, plagiarism is considered to be a serious violation of copyright laws. The definition includes but is not limited to taking/copying words or ideas of a borrowed work, summarizing or even paraphrasing them.

As a team of proficient writers, we have zero tolerance rule for plagiarism.

All the papers are scanned for plagiarism each time to make sure the work is unique. The writer must be acquainted or keen to learn citation styles so as to avoid breach of copyright by using in-text citations.

The most common styles that we use are:
APA, MLA, Chicago, Harvard, ASA, Vancouver, AMA.

Up-to-date guides are given to our writers after they become our members and every time the styles are updated.

For every paper, our editors generate plagiarism report which indicates the plagiarism level, which should never surpass 5%. The writers are as well recommended to use the external links for checking plagiarism level before submitting any file.

The writers cannot check the plagiarism report of the paper that is going to be provided to the editors on the platforms which save the results of scanning, as this might lead to saving the full text in platform database, such as Turnitin.

Why not Turnitin?

Turnitin is one of the most popular plagiarism checkers on the Web; however, it stores all the papers in a database with a purpose of subsequent plagiarism detection. Therefore, any work can be submitted to Turnitin only once. For instance, if you decide to process the work via Turnitin service before uploading to the customer, it will appear plagiarized during the next check and this might lead to severe consequences.