This is unedited with the exception of removing names and adding a few [sic]. Note to recruiters: If you’re copy/pasting the same thing to 200 people you’re shotgun-emailing, try spellchecking at least first. Measure once, cut twice, and all that. Quadruple-spaced semiliterate notes with bad spelling and technical errors and four or five exclamation points at the end of each phrase give people the creeps.
My name is [redacted] and I am a senior technical recruiter with [redacted]. I was contacting you today in regards to an exciting opportunity that I have for you.
HOT OPPORTUITIES!!!! [sic] High profile company in the financial industries!!!!! [sic] HOT TECHNOLGY!!!![sic] LARGE IT BUDGET!!!!
Experience administering Red Hat Linux in an enterprise environment
Must have expereince[sic] with PERL[sic], Borne[sic] or Shell Scripting
Team oriented, flexible, Subject Matter Expert in some Linux area
Must have experience supporting database applications
Must have a background in Oracle on top of Linux
Red Hat Certification is a HUGE plus
Will be responsible for OS level support
Please contact me when you get a chance, I would like to find out more about your background and experience.