By Genius - 25/06/2019 14:00
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Most people use templates. Every basic business word processor has a resume and cover letter built in. You’d be surprised at how many they get where the placeholder stuff gets missed and not changed out. I love when my husband’s department is hiring and I can giggle at this stuff. For the record though, he’s never tossed a good resume because of it.
As long as it's your information, it shouldn't be a big deal. A lot of people download templates for resumes, cover letters, etc. Sure, the watermark sucks, but surely you're not the first person to attend an interview with a cover letter created with the help of a template. If the information on your letter is yours and correct/verifiable, it shouldn't be an issue at all.
If the facts are true and verifiable, they won’t give a shit exactly how you generated the documents.
Well if you did generate a fake CV, you deserve what you get...