A British OnlyFans content creator landed a barista job by creating a fake hiring profile and plagiarizing the incoming applications.
Though seemingly unable to write a simple work history form, Nisa Tee admitted to publishing a bogus posting for a barista job on Gumtree, the British version of Craigslist.
“When I was 19 I had to apply for a job and couldn’t be a-f***d writing a cover letter,” she wrote. “So I made a fake job ad for the job I was applying for on Gumtree and like 200 people applied and I picked the best cover letter as my own.”
Utilizing the dishonest practice to her own advantage, Tee got ahead while individuals who submitted their resumes -and were likely as desperate for work as she was- were potentially left in the dark, wondering if they would ever get a call back.
Tee unashamedly shares screenshots of her email inbox to Twitter, showing her fans the number of job seekers unwittingly contributing to her resume.
According to Knewz, the tweet generated over 170,000 likes, but not everyone was pleased.
“All those 200 people had hope to get a job but they were being scammed,” one person wrote.
Tee defended her actions.
“I wasn’t getting anywhere with my job search,” Nisa recalled ever so eloquently. “I was skint and needed money and everyone was always like your cover letter is the most important part of your application and mine were basic as f***.”
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