I recently got a telephone call regarding a new opportunity.
We scheduled a technical Android test completion date on the coming Sunday/Monday.
The other party asked me how much I was getting paid at the moment, I told him it was too early to disclose, and to let me think and proceed forward, then I would let him know on further steps. He seemed uncomfortable with my answer to the salary question.
Anyway, at the end we decided about the technical test and said bye to each other.
I then emailed him later after analyzing the opportunity:
Thank you for your consideration me for the position of senior Android Developer. I really do appreciate your time and effort.
After careful consideration, I regret to inform you of my decision to decline the technical Test/job opportunity. Main reason is that Android development and especially game development are not align with my career path. My focus is more towards Enterprise Java development.
Wishing you and the organization continued success.
Yours Sincerely, ABC
after that he sent me the following reply, which seems a little unprofessional to me:
Thanks for being in touch. You were already removed from the list as you were reluctant to disclose your existing salary that shows lack of confidence in your decision making ability in terms of joining a new company.
Kind Regards, XYZ
How should I reply to this email? My intent was to tell them to look for others, I am not interested and save their time. But how should I really reply to this email?