A few months ago, a student contacted us asking about our services. He was looking for a company to handle some Calculus work on his behalf.

In his initial email, he did something a bit unusual: he made it a point to mention that he had contacted other companies and that the “lowest bidder” would get his business.

To his surprise, I politely told him that if cheapness is all he cares about then he should not have contacted us. At FMMC, we prefer to work with clients who care about value more more than price. After all, when deciding whether or not someone is trustworthy and competent enough to ace your assignments, you should be as discerning as possible. This is not a trivial matter and price should not be the only (or the most important) thing you consider. You should be willing to pay a premium to attract premium people.
There is price and then there is value. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “you get what you pay for” (sometimes you end up paying for what you get)

If you’re a student in the United States, and you want to pay/hire someone to do your online Math work, you (probably) want someone who:

  1. Is American (or works with Americans)
  2. Understands the American education system
  3. Speaks exemplary English

Such people value themselves and know they’re providing a valuable service.

But If you’re the type of person who only cares about is price, then you deserve what you get.

If you’re a discerning student who understands the importance of value over price, you are likely going to be a great client. And if you’re looking to hire someone to handle your Math work, please don’t hesitate to contact us.