The Right Recruitment Inc. Review

A company called The Right Recruitment, which is believed to have previously operated as Worldwide Recruitment, promotes themselves to be an executive recruitment firm. The initial email contact is as follows:I hope this message finds you well. I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am CEO/Founder of The Right Recruitment Inc. and our client has retained us to fill various C-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.P.S: We are a retained search firm and get paid by the employer. You will not be asked to share any confidential information or pay any fees.Best Regards,Anthony HallCEO/Executive RecruiterThe Right Recruitment Inc.www.therightrecruitment.com71 West 47th Street, Suite 1405 MidtownNew York, NY1- 800-341-2823? x210A "colleague" of Anthony Hall then contacts you to ask that you sign an NDA via docu-sign. That seems innocent, because you provide only your name. You are then advised that the resume you provided did not successfully mesh with the candidate management system they use and that you should test your resume using the resumetester.com testing service (free). Once this website detects errors, they recommend that you get a formatted resume that will assist you in successfully completing the various ATS (Applicant Tracking System) software used by many employers. You are then taken to the designedresumes.com website to obtain an allegedly formatted resume for $129 and up. The recruiter says that they need your formatted resume before a meeting with their client within a few days. The next response you receive is the following:We just got off the phone meeting with the client. Unfortunately the deal fell apart due to some conflict of interest. This is a surprise for us as we were under the impression that deal was already completed and were expecting to get our retainer agreement signed today. There is another investor who is interested and we have already sent them an intro email, if they complete the acquisition we will try our best to get back on the project.I really appreciate your time and interest and I am sorry about how this turned out and I hope you understand, this has nothing to do with your candidacy. This is just how these things work sometimes. If you let me know your salary, location and any other important requirements I can forward it to my colleagues and see if there is another matching opportunity.I will keep your contact information saved and will contact you if something similar comes up in the future. I wish and hope things work out better for everyone. Again, thank you very much for your time, and good luck with your search. Let’s try to stay in touch via email incase something else comes up in the future but either way, I wish you best of luck with your search.Sincerely,Eric MillerSenior Executive RecruiterThe above activities — include verbatim emails are identical to ones I experienced in December 2016 from "Anthony Nolan" and "Jesse Martinez" doing business under the name Worldwide Executive Search. The only difference: The resumer "fixer" was named beatresumerobots.com. The address and phone they used in December 2016:Worldwide Executive Search, Inc5 Penn Plaza, 19th FloorManhattan, NY 100011-800-348-3150 x 213

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