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I have an interview coming up that I do not plan on going to. How do I go about telling them in a polite way?
 
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I have an interview coming up that I do not plan on going to. How do I go about telling them in a polite way?
just call them, or email them. you're not going to hurt their feelings. they don't care. just do it sooner rather than later.
 
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simple.... send an e-mail...

Dear __________,

I would like to cancel my interview scheduled for __________. Thank you very much for taking the time to review my application.

Take care,
__________
 

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haha pmantz, that's grimey

lol...that would be terrible! It'd be like august and they're like....where's that dude at??? and they'll start pulling off random people on the list. I'm sure that happened before, don't you think so?
 
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