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The Newcastle Delivery Driver is referred to as the Interviewer by Drive2Recruit


The delivery person is referred to as a chav by the interviewee who accidentally sent him an email for a colleague

  • Karl McCartney, 25, applied to Drive2Recruit and thought it went well
  • Then he received an email in which his interviewer described him as a "real chaver".
  • Mr McCartney claims the company ignored his email and will not apologize

A delivery driver was referred to as a chav by his potential new boss in an email he accidentally sent to him instead of a colleague.

Karl McCartney, 25, from Newcastle had applied to Drive2Recruit and was informed during a telephone interview that he would be sent a starter pack with forms to fill out.

However, the interviewer instead sent him an email she wanted to send to her colleague calling Mr. McCartney a chav.

Newcastle-based delivery man Karl McCartney, 25, was referred to as Chav by his potential new boss in an email he accidentally sent him instead of a colleague

The Sun's email read: "Call him 9/28/20 – a real chaver – only contact him if we need a multi-dropper – wouldn't be good for bells."

Mr McCartney has been desperately looking for a job for the past six months after being laid off as a UPS driver.

He said that receiving the email really shook his trust and that Drive2Recruit ignored subsequent emails he sent to the company inquiring about the insult.

He added that a woman on the phone simply told him the email was not for him and she did not apologize.

He had applied to Drive2Recruit and was informed during a telephone interview that a starter pack with forms to fill out would be sent to him

He had applied for a position at Drive2Recruit and was informed during a telephone interview that a starter pack with forms to fill out would be sent to him

However, the Drive2Recruit interviewer instead sent him an email that she wanted to send her colleague calling Mr. McCartney a chav

However, the Drive2Recruit interviewer instead sent him an email that she wanted to send her colleague calling Mr. McCartney a chav

Mr. McCartney was stunned by the encounter. He said to The Sun, “I don't know why they called me Chav, I haven't even met them in person.

I thought the interview went well. She said she would send me a starter pack, but then I got this email instead. I was shocked. & # 39;

Drive2Recruit refused to comment on the email.

A spokesman said they tried to resolve the issue directly with Karl, which he denies.

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