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I am usually a keen person, however, just now I mistakenly sent a short message via email to one recruitment manager that was meant for another. Therefore the company name and so on belonged to another job that I am also seeking. Should I quickly tell her that I am sorry and that

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Alexis Gonzalez

Yea just be honest, don’t try to sugar coated it cause you’re just gonna make a fool out of yourself....

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Rachel Silver

First of all, don't worry because it's been done. Everybody makes mistake. I would just resend your message, and not worry about it. This is exactly something I would do. Send a message to the wrong party. It happens.

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David Butler

Yes, i would send a follow up message explaining the mix up.

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Misty Wesley

Yes. Send an apology to the HR representative but she knows that your job hunting and shouldn't get offended.

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Ron Weaver

Come on Correct your true intentions. And retract the email with a courtesy email

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Althea Grier

Listen, mistakes happen. As long as there wasn't anything negative, these agencies are competitive. It just happens that the agencies are vying for the same companies. There would be a conflict of interest if you applied for the same job, through both agencies. No harm, no foul! Just be aware!

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Roslind Wilson-Ishmael

Yes that is a good idea.

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sharon carpenter

yes!!!tell her that u are really sorry.

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Kathleen Erricolo

Yeah! Definitely

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Mark Hill

Just tell her that you re sorry,and that there was a mix up and that it was an honest mistake. That s all.

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