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Should I send a thank you letter if I don't know the name of one of the interviewers?

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Deepak Parmar

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( 7 months ago )

I had a phone interview about an hour and a half ago with a recruiter for a Summer internship and the person who would be my boss if I were to get the job. The recruiter was the one who contacted me, so I have her email, but she didn't mention that there would be someone else involved until I was actually on the phone with her. I know his first name, but not his last name or his exact position.

I found someone who MIGHT be him on LinkedIn, but I don't want to accidentally send it to the wrong person, especially since I'll have to guess the email.

Would It be rude to just send a thank you to the recruiter? Should I just not send a letter at all?

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Ayushi Jain

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( 7 months ago )

Would It be rude to just send a thank you to the recruiter? Should I just not send a letter at all?

Go ahead and send your thank you note to the contact you have. Don't guess at the other person's name and contact info -- you might get it wrong and create a confusing situation, and even if you get it right, they might wonder how you got that information if they didn't offer it.

Thank the recruiter for the opportunity to talk. You could include a line like "I don't have contact information for Joe, but please let him know that I enjoyed talking and hope that the conversation continues." That way you've made a gesture of thanks to the best of your ability, and that's all that most people would expect of you.

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