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recently some on in LinkedIn send a message to me:

Thank you for connecting with me! I am recruiting for an Android Developer role (multiple levels) for a company whose product mostly likely impacts you every time you go out to eat. Come be part of a team making technology for seamless customer experiences for millions of people.
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Warm Regards,
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and I answer him like this:

Hi _, thanks for informing me about this position.
and yes I'm interested and I want to know more.

but I did not hear from him back. is there anything wrong or rude in my answer?

closed as off-topic by Hellion, Lambie, FumbleFingers, Mari-Lou A, Hugo Feb 22 at 6:16

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not an English language question. – Lambie Feb 21 at 16:24
  • It's seamless not "seemless", BTW. Your typo or theirs? – TRomano Feb 21 at 16:26
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    Rather than "I'm interested and I want to know more", were it me I would have written "I would be interested in learning more about it". "I want to know more" is not rude or impolite, but just comes across as slightly demanding. – WS2 Feb 21 at 18:55
  • Your answer was not rude or impolite, but you said nothing that could make you stand out among the other people to whom this message may have been sent. Or, do you think that they were specifically targeting you? It is always good to say something substantive in a situation like this, providing of course that you have a clue as to what they mean. – ab2 Feb 22 at 1:01
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Your response is not rude or impolite.

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