University Heads want a ban on essay writing businesses and it's easy to see why. Achieving a degree by buying course content is a fraud and unfair to those who do their own work. What about CV's. Many people pay to have their CV's professionally written, isn't that the same? A CV is often the only written material that is judged in an interview so if it's not your own work then what is being assessed? Is it equally a fraud or should interviewers ask if the CV is the candidates own work? There are also neurodiversity issues to consider such as candidates with dyslexia. Personally, I see the CV only as a guide to what someone has done and am more interested in the person behind the CV. However many employers put great emphasis on them often rejecting great candidates due to something on a CV.
Such services undermine the integrity of higher education and are unfair to honest, diligent students, they say.