I thought I’d done well at my job interview – then the recruiter sent me a shocking text

A WOMAN who thought she had done well at a job interview later received a shocking text from her potential new boss.

Jasmine, from New York, shared a screenshot of the inappropriate message to her TikTok on March 25 with the caption: "I applied for a job and this is how they replied back."


It read: "Hey Jasmine, I’m just following up on our paperwork appointment from Monday, are you still interested in the position you piece of crap."

The video has been viewed more than 1.1 million times and raked up over 590 comments as well as 78,200 likes.

Many of the social media users to see the post were certain the message was an innocent mistake.

One person wrote: "lmaooo I bet they were using voice to text."

Another tried to look for a reasonable explanation, writing: "I guarantee you she was using voice to text while driving or working or whatever and something went wrong. There’s no way she was referring to you."

Someone else agreed: "I think it’s meant to say the position you applied for, I tried mumbling it in the micro and it autos to what they said."

In the caption, she shared more insight into a follow-up message she received from the recruiter after.

She wrote: "They really had the nerve to say it was a 'misspelled word'."

In the comments, Jasmine revealed she wasn't still interested in the position anyway.

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When asked by a follower, she said: "f*** no $14 biweekly? Minimum wage is $15 and I've had other jobs paying me $18."

Many who viewed the post thought the interaction was hilarious.

One person said: "Omg im still laughing", while another wrote: "The idea of them looking at the text they sent and then scrambling to send a follow-up text is so funny to me".

The communication blunder comes as an employee was sacked from her job as she sat in a tattoo chair just moments before having her face inked – despite bosses approving the decision, she claims.

Alexis Creighton, 22, informed her manager that she intended to get a small star design on her cheek but as she sat in a tattoo shop just four days later, she received a call to say she'd been sacked.

The restaurant worker, from Canada, who already had visible tattoos before the shock sacking, says her manager seemed 'disgusted' by the idea but approved the tatt due to its small size and the fact that the design would be inoffensive.

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In another case of a text messaging gone wrong, a woman was left horrified when her Bumble date sent her a text meant for his friend just before they met up.

TikToker Samantha Rose shared the unbelievable message she received before she headed out to meet the brutal boy she met online.

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