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Cadbury’s hilarious rejection letter is fake

16th Oct 13 11:52 am

A hilarious job rejection letter from Cadbury, that went viral on Twitter, is apparently fake.

Jamie Jones posted a rejection letter on Twitter claiming Cadbury wrote back to him after he sent in a job application claiming he’s a “super secret spy”.

Jones attached a fiver to his application, claiming one of his references was “Elizabeth *wink, wink*”.

Twitter users were quick to point out the letter is fake with Jones’ followers asking him “where the envelope and the letter folds were”.


Others suggested folding the letter “thrice so it looked sent”.

This is not the first letter Jones sent out, he tweeted a letter from WeBuyAnyCar.com rejecting a request for a valuation on his “Little Tikes car” last month. The letter has got more than 33,000 re-tweets so far.

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