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    Anyone..? Prices..?
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    LMAO at the title of this thread.
    That is desperate!
    Search e-bay for coursework; if other people are selling theirs, take the hint. If not, take the hint.
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    my friend sold his soul on ebay once. nobody actually made an offer, but that's beside the point....
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    I sold a stolen pipette on there for 10p
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    (Original post by welcome_to_the_jungle)
    I sold a stolen pipette on there for 10p
    That's true entrepeneurship for you
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    (Original post by welcome_to_the_jungle)
    I sold a stolen pipette on there for 10p
    THIEF

    To the OP, I advise you checkout Coursework.info if you wish to sell some coursework.
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    (Original post by acer3000)
    like the title suggest can i sell my cousework or is it against some type of law or something?


    Regards
    I think it belongs to the Exam board for like two years post the exam so no I don't think it will be worth the risk!
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    Why can't the government shut down places like coursework.info?
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    Heya,

    I don't think it would be a good idea, i mean, there is the possibility that either you get into trouble and your certificate being taken away, or the poor idiot who buys it gets caught for plagarising. If you want to make some money, you are more likely to win a competition than get someone to buy it. I advise, http://www.halifaxstudent.co.uk, as they are giving away 10,000 pounds seemingly for free in a competition. I've entered just now.
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    Either way, selling coursework is not the best way to make money. Find a job.
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    If you sell uni coursework that's been electronically submitted and someone plagiarises it, then both that person and yourself will get into trouble - some eejit tried it at my uni this year. I don't know if you've ever used turnitin, but it's amazing what you get pulled up on, even down to you having bibliography entries that have been used elsewhere - I quoted from a rather obscure journal in my dissertation and apparently someone from Surrey Uni did too lol.

    Personally, I don't think it's worth the hassle and why on earth do you want someone else to profit from your hard work? The amount you'd paid is tiny compared to the potential hassle and the effort you had to put in. Seems like a total waste of time to me.
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    (Original post by Lex Talionis)
    Why can't the government shut down places like coursework.info?
    You want them closed down? Then you can probably say goodbye to TSR too. Just yesterday J said in a post how TSR is subisidied to the tune of tens of thousands of pounds a year (hence why money from advertising needs to be increased). That money obviously is coming from other Acumen PI sites, of which Coursework.info is probably the biggest.
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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.
    Who the **** are you?
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    (Original post by jakeee)
    Who the **** are you?
    I'm Profesh.

    (Would you like to write that down?)
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    (Original post by SmilerNuts)
    That's true entrepeneurship for you
    pipettes are always in demand
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    (Original post by jakeee)
    Who the **** are you?
    What a bizarre question to ask on an internet forum.
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    (Original post by bunthulhu)
    What a bizarre question to ask on an internet forum.
    dead on!
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    (Original post by welcome_to_the_jungle)
    pipettes are always in demand
    From people with trouble working straws :confused:
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    (Original post by silent ninja)
    I agree.
    Its irresponsible. But i'm not sure who's worse; the idiot buying it or the one selling it.
    I agree, They sell it so that others cheat?? yeah.....thats smart!
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    (Original post by welcome_to_the_jungle)
    I sold a stolen pipette on there for 10p
    I have a lobster pick that I stole from a restaurant last week, do you think I could make a similar profit?

    Also, a bowl from Wagamama's!
 
 
 
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