My recruiter submitted me for Job A with a company I really like and this job paid X amount of dollars. Job A was filled so they offered to submit my resume to Job B with the same company. I took it for granted that they were the same salary since I was told that they are similar roles and because the recruiter already knew my salary requirements. Obviously, now that I look at it, I should've asked but didn't even think about it then.
I went through the onsite interview process with the company. Afterwards, the recruiter asked me again what I wanted for my base pay. I told them and they questioned me. They stated, "you do realize they're paying considerably less than X?" "No, you never told me that."
Today the company wanted to go forward with the hiring process. I never received an offer but my recruiter kept pushing me for the lower amount. This person was exasperating trying to haggle a lower price with me but I would actually lose money accepting it. Recruiter calls me back later in the day and states that the company is not happy and probably won't extend an offer.
I told the recruiter that I would send the company an apology letter for the miscommunication and the recruiter actually stated, "If you do that, they'll know we did something wrong." I replied, "Yeah". I sent the apologies, should I make a call? What should I do next?