I've had an interaction with a recruiter that I found slightly odd and off-putting, but I can't make up my mind as to whether I'm reading too much into it or not. Any advice would be much appreciated.
I've been working as a freelance web developer for 5-10 years. This year I have the intention to move from freelance work, into a permanent role. I'm in the UK.
A recruiter contacted me via a popular online career site.
Recruiter first message
I have a really good <web developer> position at an excellent company based in <your town>.
From your profile, your background seems like a perfect fit for the position - would you be open to a new role, and if so would you like some more information on it?
I would be very interested to hear some more information about the role.
Thanks for your reply, from your profile your background does seem ideal - do you have a CV that you could send over, so that I can get a better feel for your background?
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I found this response to be a bit off putting. The Recruiter has already stated I could be a perfect fit, with the information they already have, and (more importantly) didn't actually provide any details about the position.
Basically I expected my reply of "I want the details you offered", to result in a response of "here are some more details".
Am I being unreasonable in finding this exchange slightly rude/unprofessional, and should I broach the topic with the recruiter?
Additionally should I send over my CV or press for more details about the role?