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I am hoping for a little advice. I had my first experience with a health care recruiter recently, and in first interview I found out she totally misrepresented me. She listed me as a manager for a unit I am a nurse on, and completely reformatted and changed my resume. The employer as you can guess figured it out quickly and we had an awkward exchange as she tried to end the interview as soon as possible. I asked her to send me the resume she received and she said the must have been some misunderstanding. I apologized for wasting their time and wished her well on her search. The question is how should I handle the recruiter. I obviously will not be doing business with her, but should I call her out on a clear deception here. I drafted a softball email, saying there must have been some misunderstanding, but I am also tempted to just let her have it. Any thoughts? What would be the suggestion for handling both the recruiter and the company.
Thanks for the input