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Shady, deceptive, and misleading. I was spammed by a recruiter and let her know that I am only interested in recruiting positions and not the least bit interested in sales.

She scheduled an interview for me leaving me with the impression that I would be interviewing for a recruiting position. They do not give the full name of the company, just AIL. I went in for the "interview" and was asked what I least like to do. My answer was sales.

They still proceeded to lead me into a room full of about 30 other applicants. The entire thing was a pitch for sales people to join their company. Needless to say, I was livid and walked out. They tout their core values as being Honesty, Integrity, and Trust, none of which I witnessed through this unethical and misleading process.

It is bad enough to sham people into believing they are getting a 1 on 1 interview, then pull this, but to pull a stunt like this on a fellow recruiter??? Shame on you!!! This kind of unethical recruiting is why HONEST, hard working recruiters get a bad rap. When I sent her a text, thanking her for wasting my time, instead of an apology, I received insults.

I wish I could screen shot the conversation here. Do not waste your time with these people!

Reason of review: Hiring practices.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

I didn't like: Misrepresent themselves at every step, Employment recruitment techniques, Lies.

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