Terms & Conditions

Essaymill.org suggests you to read our Terms and Conditions before using the website. By using the website in any way, you show your consent to abide by all terms mentioned in the agreement.

Website Content Usage

It is completely a visitor’s or customer’s choice to explore the website and use it in any way, so if there is any issue related to privacy, we shall tackle it in relation to our Conditions of use.
We recommend visiting our Policy page on a regular basis to ensure that the customer doesn’t miss any update. We reserve the right to make specific changes to our terms of use anytime we deem necessary.

The company shall collect information about how a visitor or customer explores the website; however, this is solely for developing an understanding of how to improve user’s experience.
All materials that we have available on our website, whether it is an illustration, icon, photograph, design, text, image, or anything else, are intellectual property owned and licensed.

The customer shall use the website and its content for non-commercial and personal use only. It is possible to download and copy anything available on the website, but that’s strictly for your personal use only. The company does not transfer any rights or title to anyone who downloads something from our website. The customer shall never transmit, reproduce, distribute, or publish downloaded material in any way.

Termination

The Company reserves the right to terminate any order at its own discretion in case there is no communication from the customer’s side. The customer shall take full responsibility of providing the writer with information required to complete the order within the specified time.

Complete Ownership Rights

The company transfers complete ownership rights of any work produced for them upon full payment. The company shall never re-use or re-sell any paper after the customer has paid for it.

Limitations of Liability

The customers shall never hold the company responsible for any direct, indirect, or consequential damage arising from the use of the website or any product created by the company.
The customer shall agree that if any term mentioned in the agreement is held by the courts to be in conflict with another law of the state, this should not have any effect on the validity of the rest of the terms and conditions.