Is Roosevelt Ghostwriting Legit? (SOLVED With Proof)

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I researched and tested Roosevelt Ghostwriting to see if they were legitimate.

Is Roosevelt Ghostwriting legit?

Roosevelt Ghostwriting is a legitimate company. The website is real, a support team is available for communication, their ghostwriters are professional, and positive reviews exist. However, the company has multiple complaints lodged against it at the Better Business Bureau and Scampulse.

In this article, I’ll share my personal experience and answer the most pressing questions about Roosevelt Ghostwriting.

Why Roosevelt Ghostwriting Is Legit (5 Good Reasons)

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From my own experience, Roosevelt Ghostwriting appears as a legitimate company that offers a legitimate service.

Here are five good reasons why.

1) I Immediately Was Able To Talk to Their Team

When I first contacted Roosevelt Ghostwriting through their website, a support person from the company answered all of my questions.

I had some questions about their services and terms, and they even answered some questions I had not thought to ask.

They were fast, responsive, and comprehensive in their answers.

I know fortune 500 companies that don’t offer this quick and efficient level of service.

2) They Showed Me Three Example Books Written by Their Team

Honestly, I didn’t expect them to share examples of published books written by their team. I thought they wouldn’t be able to because of nondisclosure agreements.

But, as soon as I asked for examples, the support person quickly sent me examples.

They sent these three links to published books:

  • https://amzn.to/34YDM9j
  • https://amzn.to/3I2ZrPp
  • https://amzn.to/3fp53Hs

Now, of course, they could have just randomly sent me three books. I found no way of 100% validating that these books were, in fact, ghostwritten by their company.

However, the speed at which they sent me the examples means they were at least prepared.

3) Their Ghostwriters Seem Legit

A page of their website is dedicated to their ghostwriters.

Scrolling through the photos and descriptions impressed me (and I have ridiculously high standards).

Some of the ghostwriters are best-selling authors, experts, and highly educated English-speaking natives (important from a US writer’s perspective).

4) Positive Reviews From Diverse Sources

While there is no lack of negative reviews for the company, Roosevelt Ghostwriting also garners positive reviews from diverse sources.

Most importantly, the reviews sound real.

You can usually spot a fake review manufactured by the company itself. On the contrary, the positive reviews for Roosevelt Ghostwriting sound authentic.

That matters a lot to me.

5) They Exist Other Places Online

As strange as it might sound, many scam companies don’t use social media.

Roosevelt Ghostwriting is on:

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Pinterest
  • YouTube.

Why Roosevelt Ghostwriting Is Not Legit (5 Weaknesses)

When answering the question, “Is Roosevelt Ghostwriting legit?” we must look at both the pros and the cons of the company.

The major complaint against them is that customers pay for ghostwriting that is never completed. In other words, the company takes money from customers and then runs.

The following Roosevelt Ghostwriting complaint posted on the Better Bussiness Bureau is enough to worry me:

On July 10,2020 I entered into a contract with Roosevelt Ghost writers with a Money Back guarantee. This agency had multiple meetings with me to Turn my information into a publishable book that met my requirements. From the beginning I asked for my money back was kept being told that they would have a new writer on the project. Unfortunately any writing they produced was clearly substandard and written like the person completing it used English as a second language. They would call my house at 10pm and then would not answer emails or messages demanding my money back. They are not answering calls and I feel that this has been a scam that they will continue to perpetrate.

Based on these (and related) complaints, is Roosevelt Ghostwriting legit?

Any company that repeatedly takes money without providing goods or services puts its legitimacy into question.

The Website Lists an Address With Possibly No Staff

On Google, the address for Roosevelt Ghostwriting is in Los Angeles, California.

The company presents a legitimate business with a legitimate business address. However, customers who claim to have traveled to this location in California, USA, report that there is no staff working at that address.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with an international company.

The issue is with a company possibly pretending that they exist with a physical site at a specific address in the United States. If any company gives a false address, I am less likely to trust that company and see that company as legitimate.

However, I was not able to verify or disprove that there is no staff at the physical address.

What I can say is that I had no issue reaching support staff online or by using their telephone numbers (readily available on their website).

They Miss Deadlines (Sometimes)

So many complaints against this company echo the same frustration with missed deadlines.

Life happens and I know that any ghostwriter or team of ghostwriters is capable of having a bad day or a bad project.

No one is perfect (I certainly am not).

The issue is that Roosevelt Ghostwriting appears to miss most of its deadlines (based on reviews across multiple websites). As a public service, this is not acceptable.

Even if they are a legitimate company, I still would not use a ghostwriting service that couldn’t live up to the basic requirements of a contract.

The Writing Is Not Always Great

Another common complaint with Roosevelt Ghostwriting is that the ghostwriting is not very good.

Former clients point out that the quality is at a middle school level with broken English. Reviewers strongly encourage potential customers of Roosevelt ghostwriting just to write their projects themselves.

I actually can offer some evidence for this complaint—from their homepage.

If you visit their site (at least for now), you’ll see this text:

Hire top ghostwriters and envision your ideas transform into a spell-binding piece, leaving the readers mesmeric to cherish your book for ages to come.

Since this is a very public message meant to convince a website visitor to hire them, you’d think there would not be any typos or phrasings that don’t align with common English standards.

Yet, “transform” should be “transformed.” Mesmeric is not a commonly used term in the United States.

I think they mean, “mesmerized.”

Saying that readers will get “mesmerized to cherish your book” is also phrasing that sounds somewhat off to me (as a native English speaker and writer).

I’m not trying to pick on the company.

Heck, I make spelling and grammar mistakes all the time, even though I try to catch them. Yet, the fact that there are several writing errors on the homepage is cause for concern for a ghostwriting company.

Their Social Media Is a Ghostown

Not every company excels at social media. No big deal.

Even though Roosevelt Ghostwriting is on many social media platforms, their accounts have few followers.

You could even say that their accounts feel like ghost towns.

On YouTube, they have posted zero videos so far. Maybe because they are a young company with a small staff.

But it does seem a little suspicious.

Should You Trust Roosevelt Ghostwriting?

Personally, I would cautiously trust that the company is legitimate and intends to deliver a good service.

If you have the money (it’s very expensive—upwards of $10k to $15k expensive), you might want to check them out. I think you should also shop around for other ghostwriting agencies with a stronger track record and online presence.

You definitely don’t want to be tricked out of your hard-earned money, especially with no end product to show for it.

Here are the things I look for in a ghostwriting company:

  • Reviews
  • Testimonials
  • Guarantees

All of these indicate a legit ghostwriting company.

What Should You Do If You Already Paid Roosevelt Ghostwriting?

If you already paid Roosevelt Ghostwriting, and think you’ve been scammed, you are not completely out of luck.

There are a few things that you can do.

The first step I would take is to contact Roosevelt Ghostwriting by phone and email as soon as possible. You’ll want to send a few emails so that you have a record or paper trail of your communication with them.

Odds are that their support team will respond and resolve the issue.

However, if they don’t, you can take several other actions to protect yourself.

For example, I would also contact the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to see if they can help.

If possible, cancel the payment on your debit or credit card. If you do this early enough, you may be able to keep your money from ever transferring out of your bank.

If you use another online payment application, like PayPal, you can also contact their support team for assistance.

Alternatives to Rosevelt Ghostwriting

You have many options for alternatives to Roosevelt Ghostwriting services.

You can hire an independent Ghostwriter with their own website or go through gig marketplaces like Fiverr and Upwork.

The following websites are reputable and I’m sure you will find the perfect match for your project:

  • Vox ghostwriting
  • Noupe.com
  • Ka-writing.com
  • Ghostwriting LLC
  • Scribemedia.com
  • Ghostwriter Inside

Here is a good, detailed video that goes over three additional Ghostwriting options:

YouTube video by Sean Dollwet – Is Roosevelt Ghostwriting Legit?

Even with these Ghostwriters, you still want to do due diligence.

Always read reviews, make sure the website has an SSL and a good rating with the Better Business Bureau.

You should also check their social media presence on Twitter and Facebook to see what people are saying about them.

Final Thoughts: Is Roosevelt Ghostwriting Legit?

If I were you, I’d steer clear of Roosevelt Ghostwriting.

In my personal opinion, there are better and cheaper options. I have had good experiences with hiring freelancers from Facebook groups, on Medium, and on Fiverr.

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Sources

BBB.com
ScamAdvisor.com