This is just a thought. But never really happened.
I was busy completing a 14 day eBook writing project at seocheckout, and then a client bought one of my other services that promised giving Facebook fan page likes in a day. I thought of rejecting that order, as I would not be able to focus on two jobs at a time. But I didn't wanted to lose that client by rejecting his order. Just then, I came up with an idea. An idea that suggested me to find someone else at SEOcerks that can complete the second project for me; giving Facebook Fan page likes. I would offer him a bit lower higher price than that I was meant to get paid by my client just to break even, or may be a bit of profit.
My question is, is this legal at seocheckout? Does this violate terms of service of seocheckout?
I mean, that client of mine had never said me that I can't make someone else to do the job! I guess this is not a fraud scheme until the freelancer (whom I have offered a bit low price) is happy with what he is getting. At the same time, that client of mine will not have to face my rejection. And, even I will be happy to satisfy my client. All the three individual are at no loss.