My paper is available on the Net

I prepared my paper and decided to send it to the homework assistance services (homeworkmarket) so that they edit it properly.
It’s not that I wanted any extra writing from them, just to help me correct the grammar mistakes and that sort of things.
I was already about sending the paper to my professor when I decided to type a few of its sentence on the Internet, just in case.
I was shocked to find out that the service I addressed posted the entire work on their site so that everyone can read and download it now.
I don’t know what to do, my professor will obviously use plagiarism service to check it, and the work won’t pass.
Does anybody know why it could, possibly, happen?

5 Answers

  1. Seems that you’ve come across some unreliable service. The only reasonable way out now is to come up to your prof and tell the whole truth as it is. If you know you haven’t got many grammar mistakes then you can probably show him the initial variant.
    Of course, he may ask you to perform some corrections, but that’s not a huge problem, anyway.
    I’m sure you should be honest, whatever it is.
    Otherwise, things might get even worse. At least, you know now it’s not a good idea to rely on any services in your editing!

    chunkymonkey chunkymonkey Answered
  2. As I might suggest you have an only way out now – that is to rewrite the whole paper once again. It’s not that you’ll have to compose a completely new research, you can just rewrite the initial one in other words.
    It won’t take long, I guess. Next time, be sure to check the service more carefully before sending them your paper.
    I know that many of them post the first page of the paper on their sites, but as a rule, they do not display the entire work.

    Yesyoucan Yesyoucan Answered
  3. I’ve visited the site of the service you’ve mentioned. It’s evident they are cheaters from the first sight! Go and tell you professor all the truth, maybe he’ll give you a chance to rewrite the paper or something like this.
    In any manner, it’s better to take a try than to receive a zero for the paper you’ve really worked on!

    Andy Warhol Andy Warhol Answered
  4. Next time you’ll be more careful. If you feel you need some assistance in editing, ask someone from your college – that’s safer than sending the paper to an unknown service!

    Anen Anen Answered