Shill (verb)– to talk about or describe someone or something in a favorable way as a result of being paid for doing so
(noun)– one who acts as a decoy or accomplice for a gambler or pitchman
I had a few job interviews recently. To prepare for them, I went on Glassdoor, a website where current and former employees review their companies. I was told that some reviews sounded so fake that it was obvious HR shilled these postings. Nonetheless, the site is still helpful for getting a sense of what to expect during the interview process.