To tell them to bugger off

(6 Posts)
lastqueenofscotland Thu 11-Feb-16 14:09:43

I made the fatal mistake of signing up to a recruitment agency thinking the grass might be greener, two interviews later I've changed my mind. I've said that I'm putting the search on hold... They still call 2/3 times a day and text a lot, in which in repeat myself.
Wibu to literally tell them to fuck off? They are doing my head in angry

Hihohoho1 Thu 11-Feb-16 14:28:08

Ignore calls and texts.

Toxicity Thu 11-Feb-16 14:44:04

You might need them again in future so maybe tell them you are going to stay in your current job for the foreseeable or block their number if you can't face telling them!

LaurieLemons Thu 11-Feb-16 15:05:42

They're very enthusiastic aren't they, great for if you actually want a job. Block the numbers and if they show up at your door then tell them to fuck off grin

ewbank Thu 11-Feb-16 15:11:25

I still get emails 15 years after leaving the profession! They're a bloody nightmare, and did guck all when I actually needed them too.

Ignore all calls and texts

OddSocksHighHeels Thu 11-Feb-16 16:31:06

Yeah I'd just ignore or block the numbers. I still get e-mails from agencies I was signed up to 10 years ago. I'm sure I'd get calls and texts too if I hadn't changed my number.

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