Mr. Minuesa issued a statement as well as a picture and identification Tuesday in an effort to corroborate his identity. “I’ve been working for RackNine for over two years as a lead developer creating web sites, and working with social media,” the staffer said. “I do exist. Attached are a recent photo and a copy of my European Union driver’s license.”
Mr. Minuesa said none of his work is connected to robo-calls. “I have followed the ‘robo-calls’ issue, and can state that I have never had any involvement with the auto-dialing services provided by RackNine. It has nothing to do with my department.”
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