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can I ebay my Alevel/uni coursework watch

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    like the title suggest can i sell my cousework or is it against some type of law or something?


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    ROFLCOPTER. This is a first.
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    lol so whats the deal-lee-o can i Sell it or not?

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    im dashing the sucker on ebay btw
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    (Original post by acer3000)
    lol so whats the deal-lee-o can i Sell it or not?

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    Honestly, I don't think it's a good idea, it can only bring trouble. I think it's a bad deel-i-o.
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    It is illegal for the person you sell it to, to plagiarise your coursework and submit it as part of their A level/uni coursework. It's probably illegal for you to sell it to knowing that someone is likely to use it in that way as well.

    At any rate, I don't think anyone would buy it, considering, as someone mentioned there are websites where you can buy coursework.
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    (Original post by Sweet-Euphoria)
    Honestly, I don't think it's a good idea, it can only bring trouble. I think it's a bad deel-i-o.
    yeah very good point, just took thouse suckers off
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    what was the asking price for it anyway?

    Was a rather stupid idea, truth be told
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    How much can you sell your work for on Coursework.info..?
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    You don't strike me as the sort of person that would have coursework worth selling; but do what you like.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    You don't strike me as the sort of person that would have coursework worth selling; but do what you like.
    That's rather unkind.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    You don't strike me as the sort of person that would have coursework worth selling; but do what you like.
    lol:rolleyes:
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    I have saw a lot of coursework on ebay for A levels and uni so it must be allowed
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    (Original post by kirstinx)
    I have saw a lot of coursework on ebay for A levels and uni so it must be allowed
    You get a lot of dodgy stuff on Ebay though
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    They try not to let you sell illegal stuff though:p:
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    That's true but can take a day or 2 to actually check and remove your illegal items. Being such a popular website means it's hard to keep on top of it all
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    (Original post by Agamemnon)
    That's rather unkind.
    Considering I have naught but the utmost respect for individuals that would wilfully undermine our education-system in pursuit of profit; I suppose it is.
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    but when you look into it they make a dsiclaimer saying 'you mustn't use this to copy' - so I think they are using a loophole
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Considering I have naught but the utmost respect for individuals that would wilfully undermine our education-system in pursuit of profit; I suppose it is.
    I agree.
    Its irresponsible. But i'm not sure who's worse; the idiot buying it or the one selling it.
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    (Original post by iolaus)
    but when you look into it they make a dsiclaimer saying 'you mustn't use this to copy' - so I think they are using a loophole
    Why would it be against the law to assist the procurement of an act which is not, in itself, illegal?

    Notwithstanding, the companies in question may have a vested interest in maintaining an ethical front; but it amounts to nothing more than that.
 
 
 
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