I recommend these guys too.
I have worked for D&D for a few months after seeing their advert on my university careers site.
Getting work at the beginning is tough, but once you do, if you do a good job it soon starts to roll in.
Whilst it’s true that if you don’t meet the quality guidelines you get a penalty on your fee, I have been paid over £800 so far and all on time.
Sometimes the work is hard but you get to choose what you want, when you want it.
I am not sure that the person above (Lynn) is being wholly honest.
Not only are you given 2 contact numbers when you join, the company also has a 24 hour sales line, as you can see on their new website. (www.deverauxanddeloitte.com
Just so everyone knows, I have spoken to three members of staff over the phone in the past.
Reading Lynn’s comments, one thing that does spring to mind is the constant warnings about plagiarising work off the net or from other sources that we get.
We were recently been told that 5 researchers had been caught doing this.
If Lynn ever did work for D&D I can only think that she was infact one of the scammers that tried to rip off the company be passing off plagiarised work as their own.
She got caught and to her and all like her I say good riddance.
In my view the honest researchers that work hard for this company to build up its reputation shouldn’t have to suffer from those that try and freeload off our efforts.