Daily News digs deep: All you really need to know about Publish America
For those that have or currently work with Publish America; you’ve probably at one point in time found yourself wondering who Miranda Prather is, as not many have ever been told much about her as the company itself will deny she even exists — but-wa-la take a look:
On a side note: Find yourself believing that your not being paid, no seriously? Well, that’s an honest way to put things and even believe them as Manta.com estimates Publish America earns between $20 and $50million a year throughout their scam.
In our investigation, we uncovered quite a few different ‘profiles’ for the infamous Miranda Prather; we are currently working to verify that (this profile) is modern day Miranda, as we have also discovered previous and past Myspace pages belonging to Miranda Prather that has quite the trove of photographs of herself, other things, and Alexandra Nicole.
Thanks to our lovely friends at the Bogus Barrister, we’ve discovered that Publish America has numerous fake profiles — all created by Miranda Prather as they conveniently all happen to have ‘liked’ the FB page of her horse Blue Blue Sea.
Let’s keep in mind that it is against Facebook’s terms of service to have a fake profile, furthermore it is illegal to use the names (even if it is just names) of another person without their permission.
Other things you should see:
Daily News has tax records information on Publish America. At this time, we are working to verify that we can legally release them avoiding ramifications. Upon confirmation that they can be legally released, they will be published online.
These photos: Alexandra Nicole’s Linkedin page, brief information on Miranda Prather and her relationships within Publish America and a few other things.
The screen-shot of an apartment building belongs to this Facebook page which is publicly listed as a ‘book store’ for Publish America.
Give these a looksy some of you may be interested to know the business your working with is ran out of an apartment building and according to the state of Maryland, there’s nothing wrong with it: