Social Fakers need to be exposed...

by Nick Annies

Published

I've had enough of social fakers - those who pretend to be someone they are not!

A recent connection request on LinkedIn was the last straw for me. Someone called 'Layla Wood' who claimed to be the 'Marketing Manager of Accenture' connected with me and then sent me the lamest email ever. It's clear this person is a pure faker. But why do people (and companies) feel the need to do this? And what's the best way to report and expose them? Is there a site where their information can be submitted? If not I am going to create one - I've had enough of it and it needs to be addressed...