For "players" (and I use the term loosely) who want to play Pokemon GO without doing any of the work, you've most likely been keeping up with the current trend of putting leveled up Pokemon GO accounts on eBay for sale.
While prices here in the U.S. tend to be cheaper than over in the U.K., prices are still getting into the hundreds for level 19 and 21 accounts. Over in the U.K., one enterprising eBay user sold his account for $1,500. His sale came with the description "What you're purchasing is my account, which I have put my time and effort into, which makes this a whole lot easier for you! … I'm just a broke college student in debt, and every penny helps."
"Use the Services or Content, or any portion thereof, for any commercial purpose or for the benefit of any third party or in a manner not permitted by these Terms, including but not limited to (a) gathering in App items or resources for sale outside the App, (b) performing services in the App in exchange for payment outside the App, or (c ) sell, resell, rent, or lease the App or your Account."
While it might seem like an easy way to get ahead, if Niantic finds out you could very well get banned from playing at all, both seller and buyer. Plus, there's that whole thing of actually playing the game, which is kind of the point, but I digress.