FILE PHOTO: An employee collects items ordered by Amazon.com customers through the company's two-hour delivery service Prime Now in a warehouse in San Francisco, California, U.S., December 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dastin
FILE PHOTO: An employee collects items ordered by Amazon.com customers through the company's two-hour delivery service Prime Now in a warehouse in San Francisco, California, U.S., December 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dastin

FILE PHOTO: An employee collects items ordered by Amazon.com customers through the company’s two-hour delivery service Prime Now in a warehouse in San Francisco, California, U.S., December 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dastin

Amazon is trying to clean up its reputation by unleashing a small army of Twitter fanatics to praise the company.

The tech giant has built a creepy online community of warehouse staff who defend Amazon’s notoriously brutal working conditions.

hese workers reply to complaints about Amazon’s warehouse jobs, declaring the punishing conditions as a myth.

The mysterious online sect was first spotted by Twitter user Flamboyant Shoes Guy, later detailed by TechCrunch, and then confirmed by Amazon to The Sun.

Every single account has a Twitter bio in the exact same format: [Job title] @ [Warehouse Location]. [Length of service] Amazonian. [List of things they like outside of work].

And all of their accounts link out to a website for Amazon warehouse tours.

Click on The Sun for more.

source : FOX NEWS

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