This follows up to Strange email and phone call from company interested in interview. Is it a scam? I received an email from a company that was interested in an interview with me. It was flagged as spam and had some odd parts to it (e.g. the phone number was malformed) but the next day I got a voice message from the same recruiter. After about a week of trying to get a hold of her I was able to and set up an interview for tomorrow. She said she will send me a confirmation email with the location but she never did (I checked the spam again). I've been trying to get a hold of her but it always goes to voice mail. At this point is there anything I can do? From recent experience, recruiters seem very unproductive and I'm surprised companies are switching to them.
If you know the name of the company, call that company directly and explain to them that the recruiter is being terribly unprofessional and get them to look up the location of the interview. You'll need to give them what information you have available about the interview if it's a bigger company, and they might still not be able to figure it out. But a decent HR department should be able to find your interview location.
You should probably also stop working with this recruiter, as they are clearly incompetent. They're not all bad, so don't discard the whole idea, but you need to occasionaly get rid of a rotten apple.