A question of truth & ethics....

The music industry is not well known for tenderness, single mindedness or frank honesty. Its charlatans, elaborated inaccurate prose and offsetting artists lifespan against employees lower down the food chain. Like a horror film, with people instead of monsters & set aboard a fictional ocean going vessel, you can never depart from.
It should come as no shock to learn a company using a similar name to mine was receiving recordings from management companies and solo artists, accompanied by grinding letters of recommendation and full of quotes & praise 'allegedly' from people working here. It is a noir feature of the industry, it is not often those within the media swing this fully around, offering in return forwarding letters explaining proposed re-recordings of these 'highly praised' sessions to be capitalised on within the genre but not to mention receiving them, but it's the Enfant terriblé of our universal interest of being first artist to pass the post.
I can't see it grinding many peoples gears, it is surprising how often a sentiment such as 'your unique' can be readily mis-calculated.