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Spam Job Emails from Liberty National Recruiting in Florida

Liberty National recruiting is sending out their numerous emails in Florida. Here are even more real examples of the emails that Liberty National recruiting is shoveling out daily. See this page for more information about Liberty National Recruiting.  If you have any experience with Liberty National Recruiting, please email us to tell us about it!

Example of an real unsolicited email from Liberty National Recruiting


A visitor to CFR writes on 2/11/2007:

I received this e-mail from Liberty National Recruiting. I did not respond to this e-mail but I want to post this information in your web page. The e-mail is:


From Liberty National Recruiting in area code 321 in Florida:

From : Liberty National Recruiting < torchmark@tormail.net >
Sent : Sunday, February 11, 2007 2:57 PM
Subject : Your resume----call me at 321-676-0777

I saw your resume on the internet. I`m very interested in talking to you about an opportunity in our area. We are looking for highly motivated people.

We also have management opportunities available for qualified candidates. Please call me at 321-676-0777.

Sonny Alexis

P.S. You received this E-mail because you responded to our ad or placed your resume on one of the internet job boards.

To Stop future E-mails Click here. Please allow 2-3 business days for the removal process of your E-mail address to be complete. Liberty National Life Insurance Company * 2001 Third Avenue South * Birmingham, AL 35233


Another email from Liberty National Recruiting in Florida

YOUR INTERVIEW TIME

Our 106 year-old Fortune 500 Company is expanding in South Florida. I am looking for ambitious salespeople that are interested in management. Our markets are individual sales and employee benefit programs.

We offer an excellent benefit package for those who qualify including Major Medical, Pension Plan, 401k, etc.

I will be conducting interviews at our office (address below) and look forward to meeting with you. Call my office number for a day and time for your interview.

Sincerely,

Tina Shunk
Regional Branch Manager
Liberty National
(305) 463-7048

Office Address:
7220 N.W. 36th Street, Suite 310
Miami, FL 33166


Directions to office:

From Ft. Lauderdale --- I-95 South to 826 West to NW 36th Street. Go >east on 36th St. Turn right into the parking lot 4 blocks ahead. Our building is a 6 story office tower.

From Kendall or Homestead --- 826 North to NW 36th Street. Go east on 36th St. Turn right into the parking lot 4 blocks ahead. Our building is a 6 story office tower.

P.S. You received this E-mail because you responded to our ad or placed your resume on one of the internet job boards.

To Stop future E-mails Click here. Please allow 2-3 business days for the removal process of your E-mail address to be complete. Liberty National Life Insurance Company * 2001 Third Avenue South * Birmingham, AL 35233


For More Information

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