The title of William “Rick” Singer’s, dynamic and now criminally indicted college counseling coach, presentation done in the financial services sector. One expert characterized Singer as someone with a seemingly “magic elixir” for parents on getting their kids into college.
The magic elixir for the affluent was affluence — you pay to get your child into school and Mr. Singer developed the method for cheating.
Why didn’t the affluent just give a building to the college? That’s the way the affluent usually get their kids into school. Saves the expense of the Singer middle man.