Terms of Use

Your use of this website implies your acceptance of the terms and conditions outlined below. If you do not agree with any of these terms and conditions, please refrain from using this website.

If you are underage, you are not permitted to access or use this website. Additionally, you must be of legal age to engage in any form of cooperation with this website.

Please be aware that this Agreement and the website itself are intended for a general audience and are not directed towards children. We do not knowingly collect any personal information from individuals under the age of fourteen (14).

Upon becoming aware that we have received information or personal data from a child under the age of fourteen (14), we will promptly remove such data. If you believe, or have reason to believe, that a child under the age of fourteen (14) has provided us with their personal data without the consent of a parent or legal guardian, please contact our support team at support@sniperwriters.com.

For a more detailed understanding of our practices related to the collection, storage, and processing of your personal data, kindly review our Privacy Policy.

By submitting the registration form, you affirm that you have thoroughly read, comprehended, and agree to be legally bound by these terms and conditions, which constitute the full agreement between you and sniperwriters.com.

1. Definitions

1.1. “Agreement” refers to these Terms and Conditions.

1.3. “Website” pertains to sniperwriters.com.

1.4. “Order” or “Case” signifies an electronic request for a paid service from the Customer for a specific Product and/or service.

1.5. “Product” denotes a document in .doc or .docx format, which is the final output of processing an Order by Writer and Support.

1.6. “Support Department” or “Support” denotes a section of the Company’s infrastructure tasked with acting as an intermediary between the Writer and the Customer.

1.7. “Customer” refers to an individual who places an order for paper/content writing by the Company’s Writers to receive the Product according to their specifications and makes payment in accordance with the pricing system.

1.8. “Writer” signifies an individual who has agreed to work for the Company on a freelance basis under the Company’s terms as specified in this Agreement.

1.9. “Reachable,” when applied to the Writer, means they are accessible to the Customer and the Company via the Internet (Messaging System and emails), and to the Support via phones (landline or cellular) while they are working on the Order.

1.10. “Responsive,” when applied to the Writer, means they are capable of providing the Company and the Customer with the required or requested information during the Order processing.

1.11. “Account” denotes an electronic record of all the Orders processed by the Writer, as well as communication, payment, and personal information about the Writer, such as full name, city of residence, payment details, etc. available on the Website.

1.12. “Activation of Account” refers to the commencement of cooperation between the Writer and the Company.

1.13. “Termination of Account” denotes the cessation of cooperation between the Writer and the Company.

1.14. “Message” designates a unit of the Messaging System, information posted by a sender for a recipient.

1.15. “Messaging System” is an online communication tool located in the Writer’s Account on the Website, used for communication between the Writer, the Customer, and the Support.

1.16. “Due Balance” is the amount of Earnings pending to be paid to the Writer for completed Orders.

1.17. “Earnings” denotes the payment the Writer receives for completing Orders and delivering Products to Customers.

1.18. “Payment Method” refers to the money transfer service or system utilized by the Company for sending Earnings or financial compensation to Writers.

1.19. “Beneficiary Info” encompasses the information that the Writer must submit to their Account to receive the Earnings via their chosen Payment Method.

1.20. “Payment Dates” denote the dates on which the Company disburses Earnings to Writers through their selected Payment Methods.

1.21. “Dispute” signifies a disagreement or difference initiated by the Writer and arising in relation to Fines and Termination of Account.

1.22. “Fine” designates a sum of money required to be paid by the Writer as a penalty for violation of the Company’s standards and requirements for Products, or for not fulfilling the Writer’s responsibilities.

1.23. “Payment System” pertains to a third-party payment processor working with payments from the Customers on behalf of the Company.

1.24. “Claim” indicates a disputed/cancelled charge by the Company at the Customer’s bank account, placed on hold by the card-issuing institution or a Payment System following the completion of the authorization procedure per Customer’s request.

1.25. “Investigation Period” pertains to the dedicated time period for investigating the Claim, ranging from 14 to 21 business days.

1.26. “Probation Period” refers to the designated time period provided for a Writer to enhance their performance, if it was previously assessed as falling below Company’s standards and requirements.

2. Subject of the Agreement

2.1. This Agreement is established to govern relationships and actions between the Writer, the Customer, and the Company.

3. Liabilities of the Company and the Writer

3.1. The Company is obligated to:

3.1.1. Provide access to the personal control panel (Account) and a selection of Orders to the Writer if they are available.

3.1.2. Keep track of the Writer’s work for the Company – including the number of completed orders, payment history, etc. This record is accessible in the Writer’s personal Account.

3.1.3. Execute payment on the Payment Dates specified in clause 8.1. via Payment Methods selected by the Writers.

3.1.4. Act as an intermediary between the Writer and the Customer, involving transmitting Messages between the Writers and the Customers and contacting them by phones if necessary.

3.1.5. Ensure high quality of Products and impose fines on Writers as outlined in clause 6 if requirements to the Products stated in clause 4 are not met.

3.1.6. Make determinations regarding Activation and Termination of the Writer’s Account based on conditions specified in clauses 5 and 9 respectively.

3.1.7. Resolve Disputes that arise in the course of Order processing.

3.1.8. Keep all personal information of the Writer and the Customer strictly confidential, in accordance with the Privacy Policy.

3.2. The Writer is obligated to:

3.2.1. Adhere to all Customer’s instructions and guidelines when working on the Product.

3.2.2. Comply with the Company’s standards and requirements for Products as

detailed in clause 4.

3.2.3. Deliver high-quality Products to the Customer.

3.2.4. Ensure timely delivery of Products in accordance with deadlines agreed upon with the Customer.

3.2.5. Keep all information received from the Customer confidential and not disclose it to any third parties.

3.2.6. Not make any attempts to contact the Customer directly without the consent of the Company.

3.2.7. Not use plagiarized material in the Products.

3.2.8. Do their utmost to provide the highest quality of Products and Customer support.

3.2.9. Refrain from using obscene, offensive, or discriminatory language in communications with the Customer, Support, or any other representatives of the Company.

3.3. Both Parties are obligated to:

3.3.1. Treat each other with respect, courtesy, and professionalism.

3.3.2. Refrain from engaging in any fraudulent or illegal activities.

4. Product Standards and Requirements

4.1. The Product provided to the Customer must meet the following criteria:

4.1.1. The Product must be written in English and adhere to the Customer’s instructions.

4.1.2. The Product must be original and free from plagiarism.

4.1.3. The Product must be formatted in accordance with the Customer’s requirements (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.).

4.1.4. The Product must be written in a clear, concise, and coherent manner.

4.1.5. The Product must be free from any grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

4.1.6. The Product must contain accurate and relevant content.

4.2. The Product must not:

4.2.1. Violate any applicable laws or regulations.

4.2.2. Contain any offensive, obscene, or discriminatory content.

4.2.3. Infringe on any third-party rights, including copyrights, trademarks, or any other intellectual property rights.

5. Activation of Account

5.1. To activate their Account, the Writer must:

5.1.1. Complete the registration process on the Website by providing accurate and up-to-date information.

5.1.2. Agree to the terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement.

5.1.3. Verify their email address.

5.1.4. Provide accurate Beneficiary Info to receive Earnings.

5.2. By activating their Account, the Writer confirms:

5.2.1. They are of legal age and have the capacity to enter into legal agreements.

5.2.2. They are aware of and agree to comply with the terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement.

5.2.3. They consent to the processing of their personal data in accordance with the Privacy Policy.

5.3. The Company reserves the right to:

5.3.1. Refuse to activate an Account without providing any specific reason.

5.3.2. Request additional information or verification from the Writer to confirm their identity or qualifications.

6. Fines

6.1. The Company may impose fines on the Writer for:

6.1.1. Plagiarism.

6.1.2. Late delivery of the Product.

6.1.3. Failure to meet the Product standards outlined in clause 4.

6.2. Fines are determined as follows:

6.2.1. For plagiarism, the fine is $500 per instance.

6.2.2. For late delivery, the fine is $50 per hour of delay.

6.2.3. For failure to meet Product standards, the fine is determined based on the severity of the violation and is at the discretion of the Company.

6.3. The Company will deduct fines from the Writer’s Due Balance. If the Due Balance is insufficient to cover the fine, the Writer must pay the remaining amount directly to the Company. Failure to do so may result in Termination of Account.

7. Probation Period

7.1. If the quality of the Writer’s work falls below the Company’s standards and requirements, the Writer may be placed on probation.

7.1.1. During the Probation Period, the Writer will be closely monitored by the Company.

7.1.2. The Probation Period will last for a duration determined by the Company based on the specific circumstances.

7.2. If the Writer fails to meet the Company’s standards and requirements during the Probation Period, their Account may be terminated.

8. Payment and Disbursement

8.1. The Company will disburse Earnings to the Writer on the following Payment Dates:

8.1.1. The 1st and 16th day of each month, or the next business day if the Payment Date falls on a weekend or holiday.

8.1.2. In case of a holiday or weekend, the Payment Date may be postponed to the next business day.

8.2. The Writer may choose their preferred Payment Method from the options provided by the Company.

8.3. The Writer is responsible for providing accurate and up-to-date Beneficiary Info to ensure timely payment. The Company is not liable for any delays caused by incorrect or outdated information.

8.4. The Company reserves the right to withhold payment if:

8.4.1. The Product does not meet the standards outlined in clause 4.

8.4.2. The Writer has outstanding fines.

8.4.3. The Writer’s Account is under investigation or dispute.

8.5. In case of a disputed or cancelled charge (Claim), the Company will conduct an investigation within the Investigation Period. If the Claim is resolved in favor of the Customer, the corresponding amount will be deducted from the Writer’s Due Balance. If the Claim is resolved in favor of the Writer, the amount will be added to the Due Balance.

8.6. The Company is not responsible for any fees or charges imposed by third-party Payment Systems or financial institutions. These fees will be borne by the Writer.

9. Termination of Account

9.1. The Company may terminate the Writer’s Account in the following circumstances:

9.1.1. Failure to meet the Company’s standards and requirements.

9.1.2. Violation of any terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement.

9.1.3. Plagiarism or any form of academic dishonesty.

9.1.4. Failure to rectify issues identified during the Probation Period.

9.1.5. Non-compliance with the Company’s instructions or guidelines.

9.1.6. Any fraudulent or illegal activities.

9.2. If the Writer wishes to terminate their Account, they must notify the Company in writing.

9.3. Upon termination of the Account, the Writer’s access to the Website and their Account will be revoked. Any outstanding Due Balance will be paid out in accordance with clause 8.1.

10. Dispute Resolution

10.1. If a Dispute arises between the Writer and the Company, the parties will attempt to resolve it amicably through negotiations.

**10.2. If an amicable resolution cannot be reached, the Dispute may be escalated to arbitration or legal proceedings,