About six months ago, I quit my job and turned to freelancing. I am content and I have enough work to go by, but don't rule out that I would like to have a day job some time in the future, when the right opportunity arises.
Currently, I am pestered with recruiters, who want to hire me for full-time or extended (up to a year or more) freelance gigs. I should be flattered about all the attention, but my issue is, that they don't want to disclose any information about the job. Very often it also seems like a standard message, that they've likely sent out to everyone in my field – and when I ask around, that's exactly what it is.
When I ask the recruiters to elaborate on this incredibly exciting, but vaguely described opportunity, they simply respond with something like "it's for a big company" and ask to meet me in person. I have also tried asking specific questions, but to no avail. At this point, I kindly refuse and wish them good luck in their search.
How do I get the recruiters to cut to the chase and give me more information, without wasting time on pointless meetings or phone interviews?