A rejected email's excessively harsh and combative tone has caused it to become popular on Reddit. The lengthy email was addressed to a candidate who took the test for the position of Frontend Software Engineer by the US-based IT business Elite Software Automation. Rather than merely notifying the candidate that they will not be employed, the email consists of almost 400 words of harsh criticism. On Thursday, January 4, a screenshot of this email was posted on Reddit. More than 3,800 comments and over 18,000 upvotes have been left thus far, with many individuals criticising the corporation for the offensive message. 'Rate Limit Exceeded' Cake Goes Viral! Twitter Employee Resigns With a Unique Cake Featuring the New Upgrade of Micro-Blogging Platform (View Pic).

Company’s Harsh Rejection Email to Candidate Goes Viral

A friend of mine got this aggressive rejection mail

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