There is no law against being a math Tutor, as in helping someone learn that
- 42 comes before 59 and
- how rubbing those two numbers together becomes, -17, 101, 2,478, or 0.7118644
That becomes the student/client’s learning.
The moment that you start giving the cheating child the answers that they then present as though they did the work themselves, you are contributing to the fall of Rome.
This can be a fine line as for all you know the kid asks you simply how to get all the things they need to assemble their homework. That means that they don’t understand the work, merely how to cheat. Our kids will try the I’ll just sit here with my mouth open until I get given the answer routine. I don’t fall for it as while it seems to help today, tomorrow they are just as helpless.
I saw a job today where the scuzzy student posted the assignment sheet as the brief. Sadly people were applying, no doubt preparing the “I didn’t know” excuses.
So any time you do a student’s exercises for them, you are breaking not just Fiverr’s TOS but the fabric of society which works on the assumption that students learn as they do their work. Would you like to go to a surgeon who paid a Fiverr Freddie to do his exams?