HOW DO I PAY?
When you wish to proceed with our editing service, simply determine the number
of words in your manuscript and then click on Let My Writing Excel. This will take you to
PayPalís secure payment processor. Enter the number of words and let the
shopping cart calculate the editing fee automatically. You can use any major
credit card to pay. When you have completed your transaction, you will be
returned to this website.
PayPal currently operates in 190 countries. However, if your country is not among these 190 countries, you may be able to use Kagi.com to make your payment. Kagi.com is another secure, third-party, credit card payment processor that WritingEnglish.com uses. It is based in Berkeley, California. You will need to use Kagi to purchase our Resume Preparation service, Resume Critique service or English Language Conversation service. You will find a link to Kagi.com on the WritingEnglish.com near the bottom of the Site Map page.
WHO DOES PayPal OR Kagi PAY?
G.A.Robinson, the owner of WritingEnglish.com and publisher of the technical references mentioned in Who Is WritingEnglish.com
ARE TAXES ADDITIONAL?
PayPal adds no sales tax to the fees of Writing English, although Kagi does.
HOW SECURE IS THE TRANSACTION?
Your transaction is very secure. PayPal is a large e-commerce business that was established in 1998 to facilitate payments and money transfers through the Internet. In 2002, PayPal became a wholly owned subsidiary of E-Bay. Its corporate headquarters are located in San Jose, California. PayPal manages more than 73 million active accounts.
Kagi.com is another well-regarded, Internet-based, secure payment processor that is headquartered in Berkeley, California. It is a service that WritingEnglish.com has used for many years.
As soon as you pay online, PayPal or Kagi will confirm receipt of your payment to you and, also, advise us. As soon as we receive your writing and confirmation of your payment, we will begin work on your behalf.
WHY MUST I PAY IN ADVANCE?
There are more than a few rascals on the Internet who prefer to not pay for the products or services they seek. Writing English has encountered only a few of these rascals. However, once we deliver our service, we are unable to enforce payment. Therefore, in view of our past experience, we require payment in advance from all new clients.