This website produces documents to beat the Turnitin plagiarism checker but the problem is that when you upload bigger files, say Master and PhD theses, it is not free anymore. I uploaded a 315 page Microsoft Word document and after a couple of days I got a message saying the document was too long and couldn’t be modified for free; basically I had to pay $3,000 for a protected PDF version and $10,000 for a custom Microsoft Word version. My question is: why doesn’t the website say that? It is true that short essays are free and manage to bypass Turnitin.com but actually they are just like “appetizers”: when you get to the real main course, you will have to pay sooner or later. Besides, it is getting harder and harder to have the free documents protected because customers are now “selected” first. Prof. Giuseppe Macario says this is because Turnitin reps were also using the service in order to spy on the system, but I suspect he gets lots of requests nowadays so he ignores the people that are not potential paying customers in case they want longer theses, which cost thousands of dollars.