There was not a moment's hesitation when GetWestLondon contacted Rs to pose the big questions over head coach's immediate future.
It's clear Rangers are standing by their man, said to be 'devastated' by the whirlwind turn of events over the last 24 hours.
The Dutchman was exposed by the Daily Telegraph negotiating a fee to act as an ambassador for a company that proposed selling players to the west London club.
Rs are launching a 'thorough internal investigation' into this matter and have insisted they are taking the allegations very seriously.
Hasselbaink requested a fee of £55,000 to work for a fake Far Eastern firm seeking to sell players to QPR.
In video footage collected by the newspaper, Hasselbaink is seen asking his suitors to "come up with a nice figure" for a role, which the newspaper says he is told would involve a number of trips to meet with the firm in Singapore.
Hasselbaink says: "You said the word business. That's all, it's business, so it depends what you put down, you know... at the end of the day, it has to be worthwhile to go all that way."
However, how soon that Rangers investigation is concluded has yet to be determined.