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Q: At what age do smart, rich, and successful people start trying to cheat the system?
A Harvard student, who is just too busy for something as tedious as a college education, is offering $40,000 for someone to attend the school pretending to be him. Tack that onto $50,000 of tuition and you’re looking at about a $90,000 bill for an education that some other kid is getting. It’s like some pseudo-scholarship nonsense. Competitive and incentive-driven pay? This guy must be Harvard material.
Here are some requirements he listed in his Craigslist ad:
You must have either a 4.0 GPA in high school, or a 3.5 or higher GPA from a university to get hired for this.
Your age does not matter, but you must be a male since I have a male name.
I am looking for someone to attend Harvard University pretending to be me for four years, starting August 2014. I will pay for your tuition, books, housing, transportation, and living expenses and pay $40,000 a year with a $10,000 bonus after graduation. All you have to do is attend all classes, pass all tests, and finish all assigned work, while pretending you are me.
You do not need to worry about being accepted, I have already taken care of that.
If interested please email me a little info about yourself, and we can meet in person to discuss further.
There is a strong chance that this ad is fake, and they’ve already flagged it for removal. Hopefully it’s not, because this guy is playing the system beautifully and deserves to never have to attend class again.
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