Blog: Scientology's Social Media Fraud Campaign Tries to Defeat Google Reverse Imaging - 2018-07-18
Critics using Google reverse imaging were able to conclusively prove that the Church of Scientology was using stock photos in its social media fraud campaign. Scientology tried to palm these stock photos off on social media as being actual Scientologists. As we reported yesterday, alert critics caught Scientology using a photo of the Russian actress Valery Fedorovich in yet another social media fraud. Fedorovich's photo was used with the name of Alicia Selverson. Scientology was caught red-handed trying to change images of its phony Alicia Selverson.
Scientology's STAND League is awash in this sort fraud and has no zero integrity as a result. The message STAND hopes to communicate gets totally lost at the outset when STAND is caught in such blatant social media fraud: The public doesn't believe liars. Thus, Scientology has painted itself into a corner. If Scientology is lying about the stock photos then the presumption is that it is lying about everything else. Moreover, it's hard for Scientology to claim discrimination when it engages in fraud; child labor; Fair Game; Disconnection; refuses to issue repayments as it promised the IRS; and uses contracts of adhesion to strip its own members of their legal and civil rights.
Scientology critic "Succulent Duck" reported today in the comments section of Tony Ortega's Underground Bunker that Scientology used "a new paint job" on Alicia Selverson. Anyone can immediately spot this as Scientology using Photoshop filters on the original photo of "Alicia Selverson." The doctored stock photo is shown below.