ethical consulting practices?

Subject: ethical consulting practices?
From: "Theresa Jones" <tjones95 -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 1999 13:04:12 CST

The other day, I interviewed for a position with a consulting company. After talking to my recruiter, I spoke with an account manager who gave me a miserable time in my interview- needless to say she was not impressed with me. She looked at my resume and noticed that I have worked for some large companies. She then asked about those companies, how I liked them, and if used contractors. I told her that I didn't think so and that if they did, they use one of the several contracting agencies in that city, not from over 2 hours away. She then kept after me until I gave her the name of a person at that company that she could speak to. After that, she offered me an interview with a company that I am very interested in.
My question is, do consulting firms regularly use prospective writer's resume to pick up new clients? Am I being naive, or is this unethical?

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