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Complaint Review: Rick Campbell - Citigroup Rick Campbell with Citigroup - ridiculous Appleton Wisconsin
Rick Campbell - Citigroup Rick Campbell with Citigroup - ridiculous Appleton WisconsinAppleton, Wisconsin USA
Rick Campbell - Citigroup Rick Campbell with Citigroup - ridiculous Appleton Wisconsin Creepy stalker on Monster.com Appleton Wisconsin
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Recieved call from Rick "a recruiter in the Green Bay area" who called saying he found my resume on Monster.com.
I called him back and he sounded really creepy. Lots of grunting noises on the phone. He asked what kind of job I was looking for and I told him something in the office or clerical. He acted like he didn't understand me. He was breathy and sounded gross as he asked me again.
I told him I have a degree and to just tell me the company he represented and what kind of job was it and I would let him know if I was interested. That's when he hung up.
I feel he was stalking females online and was gross/disgusting during the call. He should be banned from Monster. yuk!
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