Meanwhile, today's spammer is Farmers Insurance, or at least their recruiting division:
Surely since I put a resume on CareerBuilder saying I want software development contracts for my own successful business, I must obviously be itching (and qualified) to become a franchised insurance salesman. Riiiiight.
To: David Aronson <the address I use at CareerBuilder>
Subject: Response to Resume
Date: Sun, 09 Oct 2016 02:42:09 +0530
From: Jennifer Taylor <email@example.com>
I reviewed your online resume and I see that you have experience which transitions well into our opportunity. I am a Corporate Agency Recruiter for Farmers Insurance and our company is expanding into new territory on the East Coast.
We are looking for driven individuals who yearn to be successful in an entrepreneurial environment. I am interested in someone with leadership experience who is comfortable managing, coaching, and training a small team of their own employees. No prior insurance experience is required. There is great stability, independence, and income potential.
For more information, please visit us at www.insurance-recruit.com.
Northeast Agency Recruiting Department
P.S. I understand if the timing is not right. Please reply with "REMOVE" in the subject and I will remove your information promptly.
100 Crescent Court Suite 700, Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.franchise-growth.com/grow/unsubscribe.php?query string removed
Their commercials are amusing and all that... but that's one more company whose services I won't be using, and I certainly won't be working for. Y'all can make up your own minds, I'm just speaking my own.