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drmike

Another day and same old ColoCrossing games - More Magical Employees Photographed Working Elsewhere.

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Taken from ColoCrossing Facebook.

 

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Taken from ServerMania's website.

Can we match #1 and #2?  

Same back drop, and two ghost employees.  Recurring issue in Buffalo with pumping up companies with non employees and/or lending them out to investments to fill in shots/public details to legitimate the company.  Tssk.
 

I've blotted out the innocent workers to protect them. Left the matches and the principals / owners up to shenanigans

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I have come across a lot of companies, in quite a few businesses, that use obvious stock photos on their websites implying, if not directly claiming, that they are photos of their staff or offices.

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14 hours ago, graeme said:

I have come across a lot of companies, in quite a few businesses, that use obvious stock photos on their websites implying, if not directly claiming, that they are photos of their staff or offices.

True.

Outside of stock art though, I don't recall seeing same heads on sites like this.  Certainly not in group shot with shuffled in humans.  Mega deceptive.

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Given how close/buddy-buddy these companies are, I wouldn't be surprised if they stuffed some shared DC techs in some uniforms and mixed them in among their actual staff.

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