I can only assume that you are currently employed and not 'on the market' as if you were I suspect that you might understand the issue.
Speaking as somebody who has been made redundant, I can do without the games being played by certain companies. Many people are being taken to face to face interviews - sometimes after telephone interviews, but all after CV's have been reviewed by HR and in some cases the line - to then be rejected with a very weak reason. In many cases there are not actually any roles, but the advertising of such roles and the message in the market is that 'A N Other' must be doing OK as they are recruiting.
If your time and money was being wasted you may also have a problem with such a practice.
Or, perhaps you consider that you will never be in that position.