I was shown the below answer as part of "First Post" reviews.
The name was shown as a different user, with a recent timestamp, and with 0 upvotes. Though, the answer made sense. I opened the question to get some context. I saw an answer with the same content, with someone else's name, with 53 upvotes, and as the accepted answer. I came back, and checked the answer shown again. Both matched word-by-word.
It looked like a new user posting the most popular answer once again, to get some easy upvotes.
I looked up how to respond to that and found this answer:
It seemed to make sense, so I left a comment, saying that it seems to be a copied answer, without giving credit, which isn't good. And I was planning to flag the answer.
Then, I got this message:
STOP! Look and Listen. This was an audit, designed to see if you were paying attention. You didn't pass. Your review was inappropriate. This was a high quality post and you should have considered leaving it as-is or even upvoting.
So basically, I ended up asking the same person not to plagiarize his own work. It looked like legitimate plagiarism.
Wouldn't it be good to show the actual name, or if that may bias the reviewer's reaction, at least hide that answer when he/she opens the question page?
To understand better, I even clicked on the user's profile and was surprised to see he was the same person as the one who had posted the answer.