This happened recently at my company:
John, who works for Company, paid his coworker Dave $X to update John's resume and submit it into Company's resume database so John could be considered for some new positions.
John's wife (who does not work for Company) saw a copy of the resume that Dave updated/submitted, was upset by a number of errors and typos in it, and wanted a refund from Dave.
When Dave refused, John's wife called Company's ethics hotline to complain. The resulting investigation proved that Dave had been taking money in exchange for updating various coworkers' resumes and submitting them using the passwords provided to him by the coworkers. Oops.