Would you write someone's reference letters for them?

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Would you write someone's reference letters for them?

wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I don't mean this as in if a friend approached you asking for letters of recommendation, or a colleague, or co-worker, I am asking in a freelance editing standpoint.

I put an ad out on Craigslist to do some basic editing and was approached by one person to help them write a few more reference letters for them based on two legitimate reference letters they already have, and then edit the letters they already have.

Pretty sure this is on some levels both morally and legally wrong.

But, if they were paying you, would you do it?
10/26/2011
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Ghost Ghost
I would do it, then alert the company to which they were applying.
10/27/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I wouldn't, no.
10/27/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
um, probably not.
10/27/2011
authorzero authorzero
That's a little sketchy. No, I don't think I would.
10/27/2011
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I would do it, then alert the company to which they were applying.
To let them know that the applicant was buying letters, right? This is someone trying to get into a law school, too. He bought sample letters online and emailed them to me to look at. I'm seriously considering just playing dead on the email and never responding to him.
10/27/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
nope
10/29/2011
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