Interesting that you accuse her of plagiarism, yet your entire business model is based on selling term papers to students, who in turn COPY them and claim the work as their own. You might call them "sample" papers, but we all know why students buy them. What a joke.
In addition, your post is very unprofessional and vindictive. I would never recommend someone work with an individual who has a hard time maintaining professionalism. Anyone "professional" who responds to a post with sarcastic statements like "stop crying", "all about the benjamins", "it's called free will", "you screwed up big time", and "don't flatter yourself your writing ain't great" should be avoided.
ALL WRITERS SHOULD AVOID WRITING FOR UNETHICAL FIRMS THAT SELL TERM PAPERS TO STUDENTS, THUS HELPING THEM CHEAT.
Here's an article I wrote on this topic last year:
Term Paper Mills Should Be Outlawed
by Angela Hoy
In the past few weeks, I've seen a vast increase in the number of "job" listings from term paper mills seeking freelance writers. Websites that allow these firms to post ads, and the writers who supply these firms with papers, should be cowering in shame.
What these firms say they do is sell term paper "examples" to high school and college students. But, what we all know is that most students don't buy "examples" of term papers to use as a reference materials. What a joke and an insult to any human being's intellect! Students either buy the term paper and use it as-is, or they buy the term paper, change a few words around, and turn it in as their own work. This is obvious from the vast number of students who have been caught using purchased term papers!
Term paper mills encourage dishonesty and unethical behavior among the writers who write for them, and they encourage cheating and lack of morals and achievement among their student customers.
The students who buy these papers will someday be someone's doctor (likely botching diagnoses and procedures because they cheated their way through school), someone's pharmacist (endangering lives by taking the easy way out - not doing their research -homework - and filling prescriptions (that may be inaccurate or may not be compatible with other meds the patient is taking), and even someone's mother (who won't be able to help Johnny with his homework because she cheated her way through high school or college).
And if you think the cheating stops at buying term papers, think again. If a wayward student feels he can get away with buying fake papers (if a real company is selling them, then it MUST be okay, right?!), he may then see how far he can push the system in other ways as well, such as buying and selling tests, lying to authority figures (teachers and parents) and manipulating those around him.
Term paper mills are teaching children to be lazy and dishonest and to willfully and blatantly deceive. They will carry these personality flaws into adulthood and their families, friends and co-workers will be the future victims of this ongoing learned behavior.
If you're writing for one of these horrible firms, you are part of the problem. Perhaps you've deluded yourself into believing these operations are legitimate and fulfilling a real "need" among students. Perhaps your delusion extends to the point that it's "not your problem" and that you're only trying to make a living. You're just as guilty as the cheating student and you know it. The only difference is that the student is young and stupid and can't yet see how his actions are forming his future (anti-social) personality which may someday endanger his marriage, his career or someone's life, depending on his career choice.
You, as an adult and a professional writer, have no excuses. Writers who write for term paper mills are selling out our industry, their families, themselves, and the students they're claiming to help.
Would you rather your daughter marry an upstanding citizen who diligently worked his way to the top with honor, or would you rather she marry some louse who enjoys cheating and manipulating the system and everyone around him? The student who is buying your paper today will be someone's husband, father, wife or mother tomorrow. Think about it.