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Unless you want your email to be filled with thousands of junk mail then get you some LinkedIn. Better off going to the employer's website. Linkedin basically provides you a bunch of Uber jobs, like everyone knows you can do that yourself. Only way LinkedIn can change my mind about them is if they send an employer to give me a **. Personally I'd prefer giving them a **.
I have used 1 month free subscription to Premium membership on 20/12/2018. But on 29/01/2019 RS. 1652 got deducted from my account without any renewal message of subscription. I'm feeling looted by LinkedIn. I haven't used my account since last month and eventually got message for deduction of huge amount from my account. I am a student and not been given money by my parents for these frauds. Please initiate the refund. LinkedIn is trusted brand. Don't know why they are looting students.
There is a man on there posing as the employee of Store Supply Warehouse and he is scamming us. He said he was a recruiter for Data Plus+. Trying to set us up for a data entry job that does not exist. While he was emailing us back and forth, I called Store Supply Warehouse. I found he is not an employee of that company. Meanwhile my daughter called Data Plus+ and found he was not an employee and was not hired by them to recruit jobs. They did state that this was not the first they had heard about this. I think he should be deleted from LinkedIn before someone loses money. I would be happy to send you the 40 emails back and forth. Now you tell me why LinkedIn did not get rid of him. I guess they like to see people ripped off. I will never ever do any business with anyone connected unless I know them personally. Since LinkedIn allows us to be ripped off etc. I no longer trust them!
I posted a job on LinkedIn for 29 rupees budget. They haven't provided any quality cv's. They asked for authentication of my debit card. After they suspended my posting telling no payment has been done. After a month all of sudden they deducted 2300. I want refund because I didn't authorized and how could they deduct...?
I asked to sign up for Recruiter Lite Monthly after a month trial - the charge was supposed to be $119/month. LinkedIn charged me for the entire year more than $1200.00 on my personal PayPal account after the trial period. This came out of my own personal checking account - a lot of money right before Christmas. Talk about timing! I complained in writing - they told me they would refund it on December 21. It is now January 10 and still no refund. They have the worst customer service. There are other places to source candidates - if they can't operate ethically, there are other places to go. My employer was considering a corporate account, but I have seen so many complaints.
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I found a great job that I wanted to apply for. Waited overnight for "LinkedIn" app to download. Logged in and was "challenged" repeatedly. Never got to actually use the app. Waste of my time! There must be a severe problem with robots using this app then writing reviews about it!
There are so many problems with LinkedIn. Let's start with customer service. They do not care about you. "Violations" are opinionated, and they can ban you for minor reasons. You can appeal a ban, but it will take at least a few weeks. Customer service will often not reply to you. Now the website itself. The website design is outdated and unnecessarily tricky to use. Many features do not work. For example, I search for a job within a radius of 10 miles within my city. It breaks for no reason. Never buy premium for this website. Being banned for any reason while having features do not work is an embarrassment. Use other sites for professional and job searching needs. LinkedIn sucks.
They locked up thousands of accounts. Claiming violations to their policy. I never did anything. I barely ever logged in. They then want images of drivers license or passport. I blocked out my dob, license #, address, etc... and left my name and image... They will not accept it. Why do do they need my dob, drivers #, address??? Fraud. Turning into Facebook. Trying to get more info on its users...
I moved to Arizona back in July of this year. Changed my phone and updated LinkedIn with my new number. Identified new number as the primary contact and to be used in two-step verification process. All of a sudden, a month after I closed my old phone number completely, LinkedIn has decided to start sending me my two-step verification to that disconnected number. I was able to verify that my new number is still registered as a primary number on the account and the one designated for two-step verification process. I still had LinkedIn application open on my iPhone, however, I could no longer make any changes to my account.
Contacting company for support has been a real nightmare so far. In addition to vague answers to my requests, they still continue sending me two-steps verification process to my disconnected phone number, even after photo ID verification. Unprofessional conduct and fraudulent behavior, if you ask my opinion about their customer service and security features. All of this started when my platform operation changed from Dublin, Ireland to Palo Alto, California. Really??
Been a premium sales navigator member, means this is the top membership. Been paying for the last 3 years. Gained over 109,000 followers. My 30,000 connection limit was almost exhausted, had 35,000 pending connection requests. Was being tagged a couple of hundred times a day, and getting a few 100 connection requests daily. Plus receiving 100s of thousands of views of my posts.
One fine day, I got restricted. First reason. "We see unusual activity within your account and we know it's not you that is doing this, but for the safety of our members we need to terminate your account." Reason 2. Connecting with people I don't know. Viewing a lot of profiles. Inflating my followers. I have connections that are engaging with me that have millions of followers. Are these real reasons? Do they have a flaw in their system? Do they care about long term paying customers? It's been over 3 months and nothing is sorted out yet. Every time I open a new account it gets blocked. 7 times already. Where's the courtesy towards a person that is spreading goodwill on LinkedIn. Where is the courtesy towards a paying customer. 3 years of paying them, to gain over 109,000 followers and all gone in a second. The only answer they can give is we need to protect our members. What about me as a paying member for 3 years.
It has been resolved by the company.
Literally stole my money from my bank for an unused service. It's worse than trying to cancel the Wall Street Journal. I will let every person I know what a scam this is. Premium doesn't even increase the views of your account, it does nothing but add a bunch of buttons to your home page about how good premium is.
after small mail they refund amount. thanks, LinkedIn for fast support
I was charged for LinkedIn premium features. While I subscribe for premium feature a month ago it said, "Do not worry. We will send an email notification before the day free subscription ends and you can cancel the same if do not want to be charged." But I did not get any email and charged 1400. How can I refund this amount?
So frustrated with their changes on their recruiter access plans. I use to pay $49.99 a month to get the same access as the Recruiter Lite they offer now but you will need to pay $119 a month now to get the same access. So disappointing that LinkedIn turned into a site like everyone else - wanting more money from the consumer instead of being humble. LINKEDIN ISN'T ABOUT THE PEOPLE. They only care to get as much money as they can from you.
Does anyone have any guidance on how to cancel the linked premium subscription? They charged me for an entire year - I have tried to cancel and get my money back, since August - there is not an option. There is no phone number, I tried to cancel multiple times and it says "I am canceled" - but I am paid up until 2019!!!) They have STOLEN from me $1275.00. That is a trip to Aruba. Any advice before I lawyer up?
I am told my account is restricted and I can not log in. There is no access to any form of customer service to get answers. Much time was invested in contacts (over 500). Many customers review my info. This restriction can do great harm to my business. I want answers and a solution. I see others have had the same problem with LinkedIn.
I've signed up for the Job Seeker App one month trial. I had doubts that it would work, and so it turned out. It didn't work for me. I've deleted the app, and as many other apps before. I thought that would be enough to cancel the subscription. It turns out it's not enough. The amount is not charged because there are not sufficient funds. On top of that the subscription it tells me is active until October 6. I DON'T WANT THIS SUBSCRIPTION. Why can't I just delete it. This way LinkedIn is making life miserable for everyone.
So, they can take people's money, but can't afford to have customer service to resolve billing issues. That's ABOMINABLE... against all ethical business practices. I'm starting a IG & TWITTER TAG #deleteLinkedIn #LinkedInisarobber. From what I've read they don't have refund policy, so I'll cancel my LinkedIn account completely. That's a TERRIBLE GREEDY PRACTICE. If the service works people will be flocking to use it. Why extort money from people's credit cards in this unethical way.
Very disappointing situation. I was Online, using my app, everything apparently working properly, when all of sudden, my account was logged out twice, but in the second time I was not able to log in, since now it says that my "account is Temporarily Restricted". What a disrespect, totally, unjustifiable. Now, I cannot use my own account because of this and there is no Customer Service number (I have tried 3 different ones, all spams), no answers from anybody.
This is horrible. I can't access my account, then you try to contact LinkedIn and no way of contacting them directly. You have to go through a help forum, and they ask you to log in to your account in order to get help. Hello, I can't access my account. If I could access my account I wouldn't need any help, 'cause that is the darn issue. So Stupid.
Don't give bank account information to LinkedIn! I signed up for a supposed 'free' LinkedIn Premium trial. I canceled after just 2 days because it absolutely did not do what they claimed and gave me no special access. (My cancellation was acknowledged by them via email over a month ago.) End of last week my bank account had an unauthorized charge by them for the membership which I had canceled over a month before. I've written to them twice and they won't respond.
This site is helpful with networking and visibility. I am getting resume reviews weekly. Overall LinkedIn is one of better job search sites. I recommend it to anyone in the job search situation.
This company has the worst customer service. My account became restricted and I did not know why. I spent hours in trying to resolve the issue via emails, phone calls and repeated attempts by their customer people to make me pay $99 for a recovery fee, only to be disconnected each time I spoke with someone. I sent all the verification requested only to be told, I am out of luck. I could go on but I want people to know, be careful. I am no longer a LinkedIn member and will not recommend them moving forward.
First off, the site is a jumble and mish-mash of too many things. Nothing is organized, and nothing is categorized the way it should be. As soon as I find something relevant to what I need or am looking for, they change everything, then I have to sift through their total screwed up system again. I have yet to find ANY job listings... And this is after 2 years of looking on there.
I joined one of the groups on there to talk about the problems and issues in the workplace for admins and none of my posts have ever been published! They don't want REAL LIFE being talked about at all!!! ALL they want are platitudes, advertisements, and B.S. Any subjects that are REAL, or are a in issue in offices all over this country, they REFUSE to acknowledge or publish. This site is nothing more than a gimmick to charge people money for a service they will never get. And out of all the people I've talked to about LinkedIn over the years, NONE of them have gotten any ACTUAL, REAL LIFE use from it, much less ever gotten a job through it! Just another phony scam made to bilk people out of money.
I signed up for a free 30 day Premium subscription, for which I was required to provide my PayPal info. I cancelled the subscription well within the 30 day deadline, but LinkedIn nonetheless charged almost $600 to my PayPal account. I have written to LinkedIn numerous times, explaining the situation, providing back-up documentation, & requesting a refund. However, I have been repeatedly ignored & stonewalled, & now, many months later, I have still not received my refund.
I am a group owner on LinkedIn who has been a member for more than ten years. I have more than one million members in my groups. Some of the dishonest practices that I have experienced and documented. I believe that these actions and many others that I have experienced are breaking laws in Europe and in California and other US states. They hide many postings. They are visible on the poster's computer in the discussion list but not on other group member's computers.
They remove the management function to remove group members posting thousands of bogus postings to disrupt the groups. They appear to be using Indian contractors who rejoin every day with fictitious avatars and postings designed to disrupt the groups. Members say my profile has disappeared and they get messages saying, groups, that they are members of don't exist. They limit member joining approval to ten per click. It goes up and down randomly with each click from one to ten per click. I often approve 1000 new members each day yet over the last 3 months group sizes have changed by zero or one member. They are not permitting members to join groups. Previously it was possible to approve 50 per click.
They attack groups for commercial reasons and surreptitiously remove tens of thousands of members. They block thousands of people who apply to join groups so their applications go into no man's land. They have blocked groups of words in discussions that they deem to be competing with Lynda.com. For example, if a posting had the words 'Design thinking" it would not post because they have a course in design thinking on Lynda and want to control all discussions with that term. They prevent group owners from emailing their group members or distribute the postings to less than 5% of the members in the group owner's group despite the settings of the members.
They have removed the group logos of some groups that are growing faster than they want. They have removed also the ability to replace the group logos. Six months ago they indicated that this was a temporary action while they worked on the site. They haven't given me any credible reason why this continues. They provide dishonest support. A LinkedIn engineer in "special projects" has attacked my own independent website and tried to hack into the administration. They moved discussions down discussion lists to 20th place and remove postings for their own commercial reasons. They have removed the "Like" so I cannot see who has liked a particular posting which is an indicator of which postings are visible to members. They post bogus spam postings to disrupt groups.
I notified LinkedIn.com two days ago that my account was hacked and that there were fraudulent job postings being charged on my account. Well LinkedIn.com just charged my account for these fraudulent postings. ZERO communication from their "safety and security" department. Zero ways to contact them directly after account is suspended. ZERO customer service. Definitely will choose to professionally network via different portals. What a POS company. Second time in last 12 months this has occurred with same outcome. Lets you know where LinkedIn.com stands regarding the customer and user. Definitely a potential for a class action lawsuit as I know that I am not the only user that has experienced this.
LinkedIn somehow charged my card $129.00 claiming I signed up for a premium version of LinkedIn. I never did this, I tried contacting them and because of how many issues they have with what I’m going through, they do not even have a phone number to call. I have tried communicating through email, and LinkedIn’s response has been to “open a ticket” even though when I’m replying to their emails it’s because I opened up a ticket. I have since deleted my profile and encouraged my employees also to do so. LinkedIn is a large company, who makes most of their money stealing from people hoping they do not notice.
The LinkedIn website seems to require a manual and many hours to decipher all of material they offer. It's very confusing website. I spent hours trying to figure them out. I posted a job which I thought was for free and then I got a 350 bill. I was concerned several times during the month and my balance was always at 0.00. I was able to chat and cancel my job posting's job posting but could not get any refund. Chat never told me that I was accruing charges... Apparently chat doesnt have access to accruing charges. Chat told me to chat back with them if I was charged. After I received my 350 bill, I tried to contact chat. Not possible after an hour of navigating.
Little did I know only premium customers are only able to chat. Since chat cancelled my job postings at my request, I was removed from premium... Only Later on a linda.com site did I discover only premium members can chat. So I was wasting my time looking for assistance that didnt exist on chat. So, I could only email. I submitted my issue to someone in Europe, and got a very cold email basically unwilling to assist me. No discussion of refunds... My concerns were not addressed. This company has terrible customer service, and navigation for answers is very unclear. Their website is overly simplistic and difficult to use. It is automated to generate large sums of money from consumers with no resolve for any issues. A complete ripoff.
LinkedIn, without warning or reason, locked my account yesterday. I have obeyed their terms of service. They demanded I send them a copy of my driver license to unlock it. I did so, but it is still locked. It is virtually impossible to reach a person at this company, but someone in sales said it could take a week or longer. This is damaging my ability to get a job. I demand Linkedin stop this aggressive grabbing of personal data. This is beyond data mining, this is data theft. This is worse than Facebook.
My business partner and I purchased the Premium LinkedIn Recruiter for 2 years. In 2017, I had to leave my company for personal reasons but still continued to pay for my share of $7K. Recently, I joined a staffing firm and to my surprise, I do not have access to LinkedIn Recruiter Corporate. I have asked for it numerous of times. I thought perhaps if LinkedIn could look up my old account and see that I hardly used it, then they may either give me a couple of months free for the Premium OR give me extra Inmail usage for my Recruiter Lite package that I recently purchased. They denied me of both.
The main reason why I am upset is the lack of empathy that was given to me and they completely ignored the fact that I was paying top dollar for their product that I did not use given some circumstances. I feel like I that the business that I gave them didn't count or matter. The rep was completely snippy to me in his response. I am really horrified by my experience.
Placed a job posting on LinkedIn recently. The wording/language about the fees was so confusing, I still don't understand what I was billed for, when after 10 days I owed them $110 just from people VIEWING THE AD! Reported it via email (no physical phone number to call them) and was told, "sorry, no refund possible". I feel like I got scammed and ripped off.
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