HEY! ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY?! WANT TO MAKE UNLIMITED INCOME POTENTIAL?! START YOUR OWN BUSINESS RIGHT FROM HOME?! OWN YOUR VERY OWN FRANCHISE?! TYPE IN ALL CAPS LIKE THIS????!!! NO?!……
Well neither do I! So stop sending me this shit!
If you happen to see my resume on Careerbuilder, Monster, LinkedIn, or Pornhub don’t send me your stupid form letters inviting me to “interview” for an opportunity of a lifetime. The one thing I hate more than recruiters (and yes, they are garbage) is scam artists selling pyramid schemes posing as recruiters.
I took the liberty of creating a flowchart to help you in case you are confused about what to do if you are a recruiter, fake recruiter, or con artist from an “insurance company” preying on people who have resume’s online. Please follow the instructions carefully.
I’ve lost count of how many times and how many emails I continue to receive about “job opportunities” mostly from scam artists telling me that after “carefully” reviewing my resume, I am perfect for their position as an insurance salesman or a job opportunity (but never a job).
Because obviously someone like me, with a background in non-profit health/ human services Project Management experience and no sales experience whatsoever is perfect for your shitty non-existent scam in “sales.” I didn’t post my resume so that every pyramid scheme con artist can start spamming me. I posted it because I’m looking for a fucking job within my industry.
Don’t spam me, don’t contact me. Don’t send me shit about a franchise opportunity, business, or unlimited income “potential.” Just fuck off. I didn’t send money to the last prince of Nigeria. I’m certainly not going to fall for your bullshit. But I will respond to your email as I did to the previous one below: