LinkedinFraud and horrible customer service

LinkedIn has restricted my account without proof. Their barely coherent customer service messages merely say something about people stating that I asked them to connect but they did not know me.

Multiple times I asked for proof via a list of these instances. They produced nothing. Highly suspicious.

What's really happening is that they fraudulently restrict accounts based on a bait and switch when their system recognizes that a user has found a way to connect with people for which LinkedIn wants to charge extra. Might be time for a class action.

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  • Fi
    fizzyrose Jul 25, 2012
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    That would be like you do, just to be specific: this place, needs more, or just plain Descartes.

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  • Fi
    fizzyrose Jul 25, 2012
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    Please remove yourself from my posts. You at first made yourself out to be helpful, but I knew that you were not for real. As for trolls, don't they go around chasing people like you (I think it's called stalking) and making nasty noises? Its Jesus that you need, not Descartes.

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  • Fi
    fizzyrose Jul 25, 2012
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    There appears to be a glitch in your system. I have updated my website details and they can be viewed correctly on my mobile but not on my desktop, where I updated these details.

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  • Sk
    skyhawk1 Mar 21, 2011
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    Same here. I've been getting emails from LinkedIn referring to me as 'Member xxxxxxx'
    I had never heard of this company, never signed up and never agreed to receive continuous spam from them or their users.

    Their customer support agent kept dodging my questions of when and how I was signed up as a member and where they got my personal info.

    Sent all spam to the FTC and have a complaint pending with the BBB.

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  • Ra
    RathionValor Mar 15, 2011

    Someone I know gave them my email. I dont know if it was even voluntary or through a worm. SInce then, I am getting e-mails from this company and other companies "linkedin" with them. I never authorized the use of my e-mail account and there is no way to unsubscribe from them. There is coincidently no contact information available for them anywhere on their site. Any company that does business this way is evil! Stay away from Linkedin.

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