I'm a Web developer and I have the following situation.
I was looking for a job 4 months ago. A friend approached me and subcontracted me for a job offer that he had, so I can do the job and we can divide the profits at half each month. The wage is 2600 USD so it's not so bad, but that's not the main reason for this.
My friend's client has a policy of having 3 virtual meetings every week. At first they were audio calls, but now they have implemented video calls to allow the team to get to know each other. I haven't attended these video meetings because my face is totally different from my friend, and they would realize that he and I are not the same person.
Also, I have been working for them for 4 months now, getting tons of congrats for my good job. This is creating a hole in my CV because I cannot put a job entry from a job that I'm not performing under my name, and I'm not getting any of the professional recognition that my friend is getting from my job.
So my question is how to proceed: do I tell the truth in the company or keep doing what I am doing right now - pretending to be my friend? my goal is to preserve the job because I love what I'm doing, love the team, and I love the work flow. Should I explain the truth to the CEO of the company? Should I continue operating as my friend? I'm not motivated by the money, just the professional impacts.