Selectresumes.com.au Review (Total Score: 7.6/10)

To be honest, before I came across selectresumes.com.au in my search result, I had never heard of the service. But, they spoke highly of their writers and mentioned ‘expertly written resumes’. So, I decided – why not give it a test run?

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CVSaviour.com.au Review (Total Score: 7.4/10)

They try to convince you that almost $3K for a package (resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile) is a reasonable price to pay. Even if these writers delivered the best resumes you’ve ever seen, that would still be a high price.

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Arielle.com.au Review (Total Score: 7.1/10)

Arielle is an Australian resume CV writing service that makes it hard for a visitor to understand what exactly it delivers. “We’re a boutique-style executive branding firm.” Wait, what? All we got was many fancy words just to say that they offer executive resumes. Okay; there was no need to complicate that.

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SuccessfulResume.com.au Review (Total Score: 6.9/10)

Successful Resume is an Australian writing service that appeared in 2017 and didn’t manage to build great reputation so far. Not many job applicants use it, mainly because of the lack of transparency regarding the prices.

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ResumesToYou.com.au Review (Total Score: 6.8/10)

Let’s start with the website appearance. It looks cool. We see a healthcare provider, chef, construction worker, and a woman who looks like a leader – those are the faces that represent the agency’s services through the cover. That’s called “website humanization” and it plays a role in the impression a potential customer gets when they first visit.

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KatieRoberts.com.au Review (Total Score: 6.5/10)

When you see a person’s name at a website, you get the impression of professionalism. KatieRoberts.com.au sounds like the website of a highly qualified Australian resume writer. Is that really the case?

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