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Hi all,


I recently applied for a job with a company and got the message from the recruiter asking me a couple of questions and afterwards, he sent me an email that everything seems fine and would like me to attend a telephone interview. We agreed on the time that was friday and I skipped my other interview as this job looked more promising, however, friday morning he emailed me that he is very busy with other stuff and would like to reschedule the telephone meeting/ interview next week. I agreed and then on monday, I received an email that they had telephone interviews on friday and somebody was hired and that they no longer have any jobs. I have the emails and I believe that they lied to me and this was totally unfair as they could have told me the truth and I would have attended my other interview. I would like to know if I could sue the company or take any legal action against them.


Many thanks in advance



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Hi dmittal


Welcome to CAG


I think you need to find out a lot more about what happened, why they gave you the information you were given whilst other candidates were given the information they were given resulting in somebody getting the job. You could simply send the company a letter with the information you seek or a even a questionnaire. Enclose copies of the emails. There might be a perfectly reasonable explanation, although it does seems unfair. Send the letter Recorded Delivery.

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No, you can't sue because "maybe" you would have got another job. Nothing illegal has happened here.

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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