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(A fucking pushy assrat of a LinkedIn recruiter called me at my job today, this is my message after he cowardly hung up before I could inherit the call from our secretary)

Dear Mr. $PUSHY_RECRUITER

Please don't call me again, as I already wrote you my unavailability in March.
I don't see your logic in calling me AT MY JOB. It does not make any sense except if you just wanted to call me to see if I'm still there and then hang up like a fucking coward.
If you really wanted to hire me, you should have written me a more thorough description about the job after my initial message of unavailability thus creating the chance for me to reconsider your offer.

But since you seemingly thought it was an absolutely great idea to call me at the workplace (thus making me look really bad in the eyes of my coworkers) I wish you a sincere and honest "fuck you".

Please don't ever call or message me again.
I am extremely happy at my current job and will not consider leaving in the next 100 years.

Signed,
Yet another pissed off developer.

Comments
  • 6
    @Alice might not, but I do.. that slay!
  • 6
    That's not how you should talk to your recruiter coworkers.
  • 7
    Show this message to the co-workers and I'm sure they'll immediately understand πŸ™‚ also, preach!! Let those stupid recruiters know their place already 😎
  • 4
    Happened to me too. Make sure you anonymize your current workplace on Linkedin :)
  • 3
    @Condor CC: all@mywork.com
  • 1
    Wtf... Life is really fucked up these days :/
  • 1
    Update: It seems that the recruiter has either blocked me or removed his LinkedIn profile.
    I'd call that a successful day. :D
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