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Applicant Formerly Interested In Wells Fargo Securities Analyst Program Has Epiphany

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...and that would be that he's too good for Wells Fargo, and he's wasting his time trying to score a position with the firm. In sum, it's not him, it's you, a notion he expressed in an email circa 5AM on Sunday.

From: [redacted]
Sent: November 24, 2013 5:27 AM
To: [redacted at Wells Fargo]
Subject: Disregard My Application

Dear [redacted at Wells Fargo],

After thinking it over I would like to disregard my application I sent this past week out for recruitment for Wells Fargo securities. Looking at my resume again I realize I can do way way better than Wells Fargo and I don't want to settle for less. Please don't take it personally. Thanks for your time. I hope you have a great Thanksgiving holiday.

Cordially,

[redacted]

And the below went out circa 2AM this morning, just to emphasize the point.

From: [redacted]
Sent: November 25, 2013 1:59 AM
To: [multiple redacteds at Wells Fargo]
Subject: Not Interested

Hi,

Currently NOT interested in the Securities Analyst Program. Please stop creeping on my accounts.

Cordially,

[redacted]

HOW MANY TIMES MUST HE SAY IT?!

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