This creep thought that the person he sent this message to reminded him of his classmate, despite a 30+ year age difference. The user has asked for his face and name to be removed.
The message that this creep sent makes it apparent that he knew what he was doing wasn’t professional at all.
Hi thanks for writing am happy you have interest in my field of profession, you should look into it if you have the time, sorry i didnt tell you, i already saw that we are not in the same line of profession when i connected with you, i have a personal interest though outside profession and business..
i came across your profile while i was looking for an old classmate here on linkedin she has the same first name with you.. you have a lovely smile that attracted my attention.. so i would like to get to know you more, if you are not engaged in a relationship.. am single..
This poor creep doesn’t realise LinkedIn is a professional connections site and not a dating site.
This poor creep is so forgetful, it’s such a pity they wouldn’t forget how to be creepy.
This creep keeps intruding on our poster Chengsu’s inbox. If you don’t get a reply take it as a hint to buzz off. It isn’t our posters duty to help you learn a different language. It’s also super creepy to say you can meet up through
In Chengsu’s own words:
The fact that I am an Asian woman doesn’t mean you can:
- Send me unwarranted messages a year after your first attempt
- Use my native language as an excuse to start a conversation
- Tell me how that you’re working in the same company as a way to meet me in person.
This creep thinks it’s appropriate to comment on our posters age and appearance. Apparently they think this is a great basis for going into business together. I often dismay that my work colleagues don’t comment on my appearance enough in a professional context.