Anthony tends to provide fake information about himself. He often changes his name, residence address, phone number, email address, and most importantly his Linkedin resume.
We found over the web different variations of his name. Here is a partial list :
Anthony Moffett, Anthony R Monfet, Anthony Roland Monfet, Anthony P Monfet, Anthony Monfret, Anthony Monet, Tony Monfet.
As of October 2020 he shows up with a new name: Tony Marcano.
Anthony presents an image of an entrepreneur who has established and successfully ran several different types of businesses, so how come he has no official website? The questions arise: Doesn't he have the money to buy a domain and storage services?
Would you do business with a businessman who doesn't even have his own website?
He posts our website name (the site you are currently visiting) as his alleged personal website on social media, press releases and LinkedIn, but he does not own it. Nevertheless when he comes to offer his consulting services he prefers to post his gmail address - email@example.com, rather than a domain-based email. Does it look like an image of serious professional businessman?
Anthony's Linkedin profile is the most fascinating episode. Be sure to check it out as soon as you can, because tommorow you might view totally other version of his "resume". We're trying to document those changes using screenshots. The following screenshots are worth more than 1000 words. Click the images to enlarge.
FIND THE DIFFERENCES...
On August 2019 he posted a new title. The following 3 screenshots were taken from Linkedin.com in early SEP-2019, right after he posted his new "job" as a senior director business development at Twitter. They show Anthony's long experience. (click the image to enlarge).
Since February 2020 his resume shrunk. This screenshot was taken from Linkedin.com towards the end of Feb-2020.
Pay attention: senior director business development at Twitter was replaced by director of business development at Rakuten, start date changed to 2015. The significant parts of Udemy and Amazon - where this whole fraud started - are gone, along with other titles (no worry, we'll find them right away :-) ).
See how dates and locations have been changed
Below are two sample screenshots of his "past" as a senior director business development. The left one is a screenshot of a comment on Linkedin, commented as senior director at Twitter. The right one is a screenshot of search results on various search engines, still showing his previous title.
Job title & contact info
The link to our website is removed. (try to click the other one, see what you get... :-) ).
You can also see the different titles. (Twitter vs. Rakuten).
The number of connections dropped within 12 days. Is it just a coincidence?
Dates and locations are an intersting info to trace. As you'll see right away there is no match between locations posted on Linkedin and locations he previously published in press releases and Twitter accounts. The same goes for dates and job titles.