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”.
@JamieDMJ YOU SHOULD HAVE FOLDED IT THRICE SO IT LOOKED SENT. Also: teeheehee. 15k retweets?
— Lady Hz (@LadyHz) October 12, 2013
@JamieDMJ Hmmm, where’s the envelope and the letter folds? dammit you nearly fooled me.
— iruthoid (@iruthoid) October 12, 2013
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.
We Buy Any Car wrote back to me. pic.twitter.com/TPYuyXcHrq
— Jamie (@JamieDMJ) September 28, 2013
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