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CareerBuilder.com / Bad service

1 Chicago, IL, United States Review updated:

I posted my resume on Monster anonymously (hiding my eMail address using their private link eMail) and received no spam.

Two months later, I posted my resume anonymously on Careerbuilder.com using the same methods as Monster. In 2 weeks I am getting over 500 spams a day.

I believe Careerbuilder SOLD my eMail address to companies.

There is no other way these spammers would be getting my private eMail address. AND, it all happened the very next day after posting my resume on Careerbuilder.com.

Is there a way to sue Careerbuilder.com

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  • Mi
      7th of Aug, 2008
    0 Votes

    They shouldn't be. Why? because they are internet based. Why should that matter. Law enforcement should be just as concerned over their business practices as they should any other company when people are affected. I feel like a victim myself when I get emails from scammers telling me that they saw my resume on careerbuilder, monster etc. That's ###! We become victimized and then it's our fault??? That doesn't make any sense at all. In my opinion, something must be done about this.

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