Re: Recruiters without clues
Would you have responded to the recruiter? If so, how? Moreover, am I over-reacting?
It depends. If the recruiter's email comes in blind, that is, through a forwarding service on Monster or Dice, that means the recruiter doesn't know who I am unless I respond. In the case you describe, if the recruiter doesn't know me, I like to leave it that way. If the recruiter's email indicates that, based on a past contact, he has my name right, I respond more or less as you did.
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