I placed at a new organization by a third party recruiting agency. During the conversations leading up to the offer, the recruiter told me several times that the work schedule would be 9-5. However, after showing up for the job, I was told that I would be expected to work significantly longer hours, starting earlier in the morning. I discussed with my manager whether it would be possible to transfer to another team with more reasonable hours, and he told me without hesitation that there were no such roles in the organization. When you consider that the pay raise was not so big, I was actually making less per hour than at my previous role, and also being paid at the top of their budget so I could not ask for more. In retrospect, I realize that I should have clarified the hours in the interview and this is my error, but I didn't think much of it given that the recruiter had directly told me that it would be 9-5 so many times as one of the major selling points.
I decided to resign from the position after trying to make myself like it for a month. I did not want to stay too long because they company may have been able to get a refund if I left soon enough, but I do not know the actual fee schedule. During the exit interview, I did not mention the inaccurate information to the company, because I did not think it would be wise to point fingers or throw somebody under the bus. Perhaps this was an honest mistake. I only said that the work-life balance deviated from my expectations.
It occurs to me now though that the company's internal recruiter was giving me a very hostile glare during the exit interview, and that they may have suffered too as a consequence of this mistake. Should I send an email to the internal recruiter informing them of this issue? Also, how should I follow up with the third party recruiter, who almost certainly hates me now?