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linkedin.com Mixed Experiences with LinkedIn: A Review of KBA Systems

As someone deeply involved in the professional networking space, I've had mixed experiences with LinkedIn. While it offers a vast platform to connect with industry leaders and explore job opportunities, the overwhelming spam and lack of quality interactions can be discouraging. The platform's customer service and verification processes have been highlighted as major pain points by many users. It's essential to approach LinkedIn with caution, ensuring you navigate through the noise to find valuable connections and opportunities that align with your professional goals.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn is a marketplace where anybody can thrive

It is an awesome experience about LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a platform that provides you with the facility to publish your articles and stories free of cost. It is a place where one can find real persons behind every profile, no or minimum fake profiles are on LinkedIn. Try it for your business and the creation of the community of your interest on LinkedIn. It is fabulous.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn- One Of The Best Professional Platform

I am an active member of LinkedIn since 2017, and it's an amazing experience to be a part of LinkedIn family. This platform helped me to promote my profile from local to global organizations. It enabled me to communicate effectively with HODs of different companies. It creates opportunities for its members to become professionally successful. There are thousands of members, who got their desired jobs through LinkedIn. I always love this platform.

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  1. Pros
    1. Vast professional network
    2. Diverse job opportunities
    3. Robust career development
    4. Insightful industry content
    5. Effective recruitment tools
  1. Cons
    1. Premium features costly for individuals
    2. Overcrowded with low-quality content
    3. Limited organic reach for non-paid users
    4. Frequent spam and unsolicited messages
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linkedin.com Www

I submitted a request for a high level account breakdown/summary based on a spreadsheet I was given, and Nerdify's data analyst really helped me understand the best manner in which to make sense of the information. They were incredibly responsive and answered all my questions in a timely manner, and gave me the means to come up with projections and a compelling presentation. I healthy recommend them for data analytics since they're excel masters!

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linkedin.com Awesome

Currently I have more than 500 connection on LinkedIn, with the help of LinkedIn connections, I am able to find people those who have new opportunities for me. Services of LinkedIn are awesome, follow those you like. LinkedIn is very user friendly and easy to use, services like endorsement is really useful, sending invites is very important to create new connections. LinkedIn is very optimized it's loading time is very less or its depends on internet connection speed. Chat service of LinkedIn is nice, so you can chat with your connections and get new opportunities in your carrier. Linked support is great, they reply very quickly.

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linkedin.com Superb Linked~in~Connection

I joined Linkedin as a professional and ambitious person who also wanted to connect with same people but with Respect.
I really liked this Professional platform for career oriented people like me where one can share their thoughts on different posts, job posting emails, knowledgeable info shared by linkedin team via newsletters. And people send you connection requests & want to connect & chat with you on a professional level(keeping in mind the privacy & respect of a person) is what made me love the professionalism of many linkedin individuals. And it helped me learn many things that makes me become more ambitious.
Am totally in it.

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linkedin.com Quick, effective tips to turbo-charge your LinkedIn presence

Turns out there's a lot more to a LinkedIn profile than I thought:)

This book walks you through all the key areas to concentrate on when trying to grab a new dream job or the eye of a recruiter. You'll discover how to find the right keywords for the jobs you want to be hired for, as well as - crucially - where to put them in your profile for maximum search visibility.

Once your profile is appearing in more search results, the book then shows you how to get more people to click through from your listing to your profile. If you have a LinkedIn profile that needs a boost, I recommend grabbing this no-frills guide - it's a major time saver.

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linkedin.com 8 Seat Private Jets

We are a personal aviation firm that specialize in jet aircraft for enterprise and company travel. We help customers discover the suitable airplane to meet their tour needs. Work with leading enterprise professionals to decide the perfect aircraft for your crew to apply for commercial enterprise and satisfaction. With over forty years of revel in we are able to meet all your needs. Out team will manual you through the shopping for and promoting process and make sure which you get hold of the fine deal viable. Todays aviation climate is very hard due to current international events. More and greater companies are requiring specialised flights and schedules to fulfill their nearby and global tour needs. Thank you for permitting us to serve you.

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linkedin.com Easy to use, beneficial, but use caution

I believe LinkedIn is time well spent and a fantastic resource for job searching and professional networking. It has proven to be very beneficial for me and has given me the opportunity to meet and expand my social circle once you get comfortable with it and learn how to weed out the bad and scammers.
Even if you are not actively looking for work, creating a profile on LinkedIn is a great way to get your resume noticed by employers. It keeps you in touch with both former and present coworkers. You can sign up for a free account on LinkedIn, and important people frequently search through resumes and applicants, so even if you're employed, your application is still there and you still have a chance to land your dream job because more and more employers are now using standardised online applications, which increases your likelihood of being hired. LinkedIn also gives you the resources to research the companies before the interview, which is another benefit. You may.

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linkedin.com Excellent Customer Support

I've recently started using LinkedIn, as I will soon be graduating into a "real" profession! I really enjoy the professional development courses that LinkedIn offers with their premium subscription. I'm very, very busy with graduation preparations and final assignments and forgot to cancel my free trial. As a full-time student with no real income, I can't afford the price tag right now. So, naturally, I panicked when my credit card was charged the full subscription price. The charge date had snuck up on me. I immediately canceled my subscription (not that it did any good now, ha), and messaged the customer support team on Twitter. I explained my situation and left my email address that's connected to my LinkedIn account. The next morning, I got a notification (this was maybe 12 hours later) that my charge had been refunded, no questions asked. One less stress for me to deal with! A heartfelt thank-you to "KW" for helping me out so quickly and efficiently. Your hard work has not gone unappreciated.

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linkedin.com Business at your fingertips!

This site is an ideal business networking platform for anyone wanting to start, advance or enhance their business.

It has an appealing clean look, easy to navigate and a 'beautiful addictive nature', allowing employed and unemployed persons to connect with others within their industry.
I recommend reaching 500 connections. By achieving this number of connections other people will begin sending you invitations to connect. The stronger your numbers the more opportunities you receive. Post, commenting on posts and writing articles allow for potential future employers to see your worth and abilities. I have increased my network in 3 different fields allowing me to have more 'open door' possibilities.

When initiating an account here make sure you pay attention to the settings. Your cellphone and email need to be set to default and for anti-hacking purposes use the true verification option. This is still a social media platform.

This site requires constant attention from your part in terms of updating your status, posting and commenting. But the outcome is a possible job.

I believe this is a great place to build your resume and find your dream job.

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linkedin.com Unlocking professional potential with LinkedIn

If you're on the fence about joining LinkedIn or optimizing your existing profile, let me share a collective insight that might just sway you. LinkedIn has become an indispensable platform for professionals across the globe. From fresh graduates to seasoned executives, the consensus is clear: LinkedIn is a powerhouse for networking, job hunting, and staying abreast of industry trends. Users rave about the ease with which they can connect with peers, mentors, and industry leaders. The job search functionality is often highlighted as a game-changer, with many attributing their career advancements to opportunities discovered through the site. LinkedIn Learning is another feather in its cap, offering a plethora of courses that help users upskill and stay competitive. However, it's not all sunshine and rainbows. Some users express frustration over the increasing number of sales pitches and spammy messages they receive. Others wish for a more intuitive user interface, citing occasional difficulty in navigating the platform's many features. Despite these hiccups, the overall sentiment leans heavily towards the positive. The value of having a well-maintained LinkedIn profile cannot be overstated in today's digital-first world. It's a personal brand amplifier and a silent career advocate that works for you around the clock. So, whether you're looking to climb the corporate ladder, pivot to a new industry, or simply expand your professional network, LinkedIn is a tool you'll want to wield with confidence. Just remember to personalize your interactions and keep your profile as current and vibrant as your career aspirations.

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linkedin.com Account access restrictions

As a recovering Cancer patient. If I have openly made an error or failed to adhere to LinkedIn's terms and conditions, then kindly let me know and relearn. I have been restricted three times and have frightening sent my ID and fear not being once again a subject of fraud, as some months back my data had been compromised. I am the same person and there is no one else other than myself. I changed my name and added my Ltd company. If wrong to do so, allow for me to gain access and manage my account properly.

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I've waited for days to access my temporary restricted account..

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linkedin.com LinkedIn: A Privacy Nightmare with Terrible Customer Service and Outrageous Fees

LinkedIn is a website that you should think twice before using. Firstly, they ask for your ID, passport, work ID, and DL, which is a violation of your rights and privacy act. It's a hacker's and fraudster's dream come true. It's only a matter of time before it will be on the news about LinkedIn getting hacked, and people's identities being stolen. Why do they need a copy of your ID? Secondly, no one knows where LinkedIn is located, and who's working for them in the call centers (Mexico, India, Philippines.). Thirdly, their customer service and IT are nothing but unknowing and never responding idiots. My information is on the dark web due to multiple big companies that were hacked (TMobile, Experian, DETR state unemployment, and more), and someone hacked my LinkedIn profile, and they keep blocking me and asking for my ID.

Fourthly, they have outrageous fees to join and post jobs and trainings that cost even more money. Fifthly, I've not been able to get a job through LinkedIn because most don't respond, they say you don't qualify, some jobs are scams, or the jobs have expired! Sixthly, the employers monitor your accounts and try to use against you, and others report you to your employer of what you have posted-screen shots! Seventhly, it is a social media work seeking site, but it is used for you to be monitored! When you sign up, LinkedIn uses trackers to your IP addresses and email addresses (I have friends in IT).

Eighthly, their customer service is horrible, and they keep blocking accounts that post stuff the liberal bully employers don't like, report, and want removed. Ninthly, most on LinkedIn are idiot liberals promoting Woke, CRT, BLM bullsh*** with big titles and status bragging about how great they are, achievements they've had, and the rest are mid-class average working people looking for jobs who get ignored. LinkedIn is owned by Microsoft, a liberal big tech since 2016, and who is possibly tracking your information. Have people noticed that since big tech has moved their call centers overseas, the hacking and fraud activity has gone through the roof?

In conclusion, LinkedIn is not a safe website to use. They ask for too much personal information, and their customer service is terrible. It's not worth the outrageous fees they charge, and it's difficult to get a job through them. Employers monitor your accounts, and most users are promoting liberal ideologies. It's best to avoid LinkedIn altogether.

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I've once again had my acc restricted and the asking of my ID ... I'm fretful as I too have registered my ltd company in my residence address. All is required is my date of birth on my driver's license...I need to get newspaper coverage of this in the UK... Thank you for I thought I was the only one and clearly not .

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linkedin.com Review: LinkedIn - A Valuable Resource for Professional Networking and Job Searching

LinkedIn is a great website for professionals to connect with each other and find new job opportunities. It's easy to create a profile and add your work experience, education, and skills. You can also connect with people you know and join groups related to your industry.

One thing I really like about LinkedIn is the job search feature. You can search for jobs based on location, industry, and job title. You can also set up job alerts so you get notified when new jobs are posted that match your criteria.

Another great feature of LinkedIn is the ability to endorse people for their skills. This is a great way to show your support for someone and help them get noticed by potential employers. You can also ask for endorsements from people you have worked with in the past.

Overall, I think LinkedIn is a great resource for professionals. It's easy to use and has a lot of helpful features. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to grow their professional network or find a new job.

However, there are some people who use LinkedIn for nefarious purposes. For example, there have been reports of people using fake profiles to scam others out of money or personal information. It's important to be cautious when connecting with people on LinkedIn and to only share personal information with people you trust.

In conclusion, LinkedIn is a great website for professionals to connect with each other and find new job opportunities. While there are some risks associated with using the site, as with any online platform, it's still a valuable resource for anyone looking to grow their career.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn's Unjustified Account Restriction and Lack of Customer Service

My LinkedIn account got temporarily restricted without any warning, and I was left in the dark about the reason behind it. I have been a member of LinkedIn for over 17 years, and I have always been respectful and rarely active on the platform. However, when I tried to log in recently, I was shocked to find out that my account had been temporarily restricted. I was not given any explanation for this sudden action, and I was asked to provide my ID, which made me feel uncomfortable.

Despite my reservations, I decided to provide my ID, hoping that it would help me regain access to my account. However, I have not heard back from LinkedIn, and my numerous emails have gone unanswered. This lack of response has left me feeling frustrated and disappointed, especially since I had recently opted for the premium subscription (thankfully, I used PayPal instead of my credit card, so I was able to cancel my subscription).

For the first time in 17 years, I am questioning whether I actually need LinkedIn in my life. The feeling of being controlled and powerless is very unsettling for me, and I am not alone in feeling this way. Reading through other people's comments, I can see that many others have had similar experiences with LinkedIn.

Despite my frustration, I have never posted anything on LinkedIn, and I have always been careful about what I 'like' and how I interact with others on the platform. Yet, I have been temporarily restricted, and my efforts to get a response to my emails have been ignored. This kind of controlling and bullish behavior is unacceptable, and it makes me wonder whether this may be a blessing in disguise.

I hope that someone is working on a better professional platform where people are treated with respect and where there is great customer service that people can reach out to. While LinkedIn may feel dominant in this space today, it is just a matter of time before a better platform is launched by someone on the sideline who sees the appeal of a more respectful and customer-focused approach.

There are so many important things in life than being on a social media platform, especially one that treats people appallingly. No employer would hold it against any candidate who doesn't have a LinkedIn profile. If restricting my account is meant to 'punish' people and display power, it will certainly backfire. I have lived long enough to see giant companies who felt people couldn't do without them become insignificant, and I believe that LinkedIn is not immune to this fate.

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I've found happily Guild.co and yes it's officially a UK platform... I'm a new member.

I'll be removing myself off these USA and other countries platforms that could potentially harm my life, company and reputation.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn: Not for Innovators and Self-Starters - A Two-Star Review

I'm giving LinkedIn a two-star rating because it's not really my cup of tea. While it may work for some people, it's not really tailored to my needs and networking objectives. I'm a self-starter who dropped out of high school and built my skill set in a holistic way by connecting with my community and the real world. Unfortunately, LinkedIn doesn't really serve innovators, self-starters, or people who reject traditional systems like me.

One of the things that really bothers me about LinkedIn is that it constantly spams me to "add my education", even though I specifically have none and don't want to add it. The format of the site is also tailored towards standard and almost stereotypical industry, which doesn't really work for me since I've done a variety of different jobs and activities that don't necessarily connect with each other.

Another issue I have with LinkedIn is that it mixes all my connections together, regardless of whether they're relevant or not. This is the same problem I had with Facebook, where all my friends ended up getting in arguments and being bitter once they realized how diverse my friends community is. I'm not going to put some crappy restaurant job next to the organization I founded, and I certainly don't want to network with corporate people from that restaurant who actively made the workplace a living hell.

The site is set up against ethics in favor of a blind-eye networking approach. When I network, it's usually with people I actually care about and we have a sense of interconnected community, for a greater purpose. When people network on LinkedIn, it's to get to the next level of the suck-up game and climb over the people you're supposedly "colleagues" with to get to the top. It really is a dog-eat-dog world there.

In my opinion, LinkedIn is a corporate environment that misrepresents the little guy as if he's corporate. Many of the so-called charities that I would follow or connect with were organized antithetical to my beliefs and I would argue- against integrity. Corporatism is sickly and unhealthy, and when you get too deep into a system like that, you get influenced against seeing the company from a realistic viewpoint. This is why so many reasonable people end up excusing their company's sickly behavior in community.

Finally, LinkedIn also prevents you from reaching out to new people, which means that it only reflects people I already knew and worked with. Since I had much better connections with them in real life, this site was pretty much pointless for me. Overall, I think LinkedIn may work for some people, but it's definitely not for everyone.

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linkedin.com Frustrating Experience with LinkedIn: A Review of the Professional Networking Platform

I recently had a frustrating experience with LinkedIn, the professional networking platform. As a Knight of Justice of the Sovereign Order of St. John and a member of the British Conservative party, I wanted to connect with other members of these organizations on LinkedIn. However, my account was restricted during the process of connecting, and it remains restricted to this day.

This has caused me a great deal of frustration and damage to my reputation. As a diplomat and member of various organizations, it is important for me to have a professional profile on LinkedIn. However, the fact that my account was restricted during the process of connecting with fellow party or organizational members has made me look like a fake and a liar.

I have since searched for negative reviews of LinkedIn and found that the majority of reviews are extremely negative. While LinkedIn claims to have an overall score of 4 out of 5 stars, I have reason to believe that this is a fake operation by corrupt and subverted government positions. It seems that LinkedIn is artificially creating positive overall scores and lying about the number of actual users and job opportunities.

It is frustrating to think that LinkedIn, a subsidiary of Microsoft, may be a job terror network and the reason why so many migrants receive positions within our economy. It is also concerning that Microsoft currently has migrant CEOs. It seems a little too obvious when diplomats, Knights, members of the Conservative party, and Israel lovers have their accounts restricted during the time when they want to connect with other members.

Despite these frustrations, I still believe that it is important to have a professional profile on LinkedIn. As an accountant with a degree in several fields of studies, I have built up my professional profile on LinkedIn under my original birth name. I have included my personal work and even diplomatic letters. I believe that it is normal to want to connect with members of the same organization on a professional platform.

In conclusion, while I have had a frustrating experience with LinkedIn, I still believe that it is important to have a professional profile on the platform. However, I also believe that LinkedIn needs to address the issues that users are experiencing and be more transparent about its practices.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn: A Useful Tool for Job Seekers and Professionals, but Beware of Useless Premium Options and Unhelpful Groups

LinkedIn is a website that allows users to create a profile and connect with other professionals. It's a great place to post your resume and then never come back to again. The site is free, but there are premium options that you have to pay for monthly. These options include adding larger photos, larger headers, and backgrounds to your profile. You can also see which strangers have looked at your profile and email people and claim a connection to such strangers. However, these options are useless and you can find more qualified people without spending as much money.

The groups on LinkedIn are not very helpful either. You could have fun or show off skills with a larger photo, or email people with similar interests and receive a friendly greeting. However, don't expect either in most groups. The responses by people who claim to be CEOs, work in HR, and professors with Masters degrees are often ridiculous. For example, one person posted a few weeks after Women's Day that "Women in positions of authority or acting as leaders is the least believable thing I have ever heard of." Another person replied to a request to stop stalking them by saying "You have no right to continue stalking me! Stalk, stalk, stalk!" Most of the rest of the posts are "I agree", "If it makes you think, you're trolling", "I don't know", and usually "You're an idiot [praise me]". Most topics are "I wrote three sentences and linked an article in a blog".

Despite the check box one needs to click on that indicates you have read the group discussion guidelines about civility and acting professional, no group is moderated at all except against posts wondering why the moderator isn't doing their job, or, occasionally, citing sources against someone. E-mailing a moderator is a risk in and of itself; mods have threatened to ban people for asking for help. There are good and even helpful people on the site, but it takes wallowing through a lot of people who make you wonder why they haven't been fired or arrested yet.

The official statement of LinkedIn about such things is "We put up guidelines. If people don't follow them stay off the internet". This seems odd when the site is for showing the rest of the internet. However, LinkedIn is still a useful tool for job seekers and professionals looking to connect with others in their field.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn's Unjust Suspension of User IDs: A Call for Accountability and Regulation

I recently had a negative experience with LinkedIn, and I feel compelled to share my thoughts. I was shocked when my account was suspended for simply responding to a political post. In these trying times, where many people are losing their jobs due to the pandemic, it seems cruel and criminal to take such aggressive action against users.

LinkedIn has become a monopoly in the job market, and it is now the only acceptable source for job profile carriers. It has become as essential as food and water. By suspending user IDs, LinkedIn is denying users the ability to earn their daily income, which is equivalent to food and water. This suspension not only affects the individual, but their entire family who may be dependent on them.

It is clear that LinkedIn has become a monopoly, and with this power, it can allow a voice only to those whose political ideology it agrees with. Instead of suspending those who start political discussions that get mass reactions, LinkedIn only blocks those who respond to such posts. This shows that LinkedIn will only suspend those whose ideology is not the same as theirs. The user who originated the political post was a democrat supporter, hence not suspended. Who has authorized LinkedIn to become a judge or courtroom? Is LinkedIn qualified to take sides? LinkedIn should immediately ban political posts and unsuspend all blocked user IDs.

LinkedIn is not a certified courtroom or judge authorized to make decisions about whose ideology or political views are right or wrong. Like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Quora, LinkedIn should face a congressional hearing. If found guilty, it should be broken into several companies so that big tech does not drive the lives of ordinary human beings. LinkedIn should not force its political ideology and views onto others. My ID was blocked, and LinkedIn does not even provide an option for appeal. This is a very harsh action by LinkedIn.

With great power comes great responsibility. If LinkedIn cannot handle this responsibility, it should stop taking sides or blocking people based on their views. The Department of Justice USA should hold LinkedIn accountable for its actions.

Big tech has started grouping user IDs so that those who do not support their ideology become less visible or insignificant, even if they are users on the platform. Big tech wants to control humanity in a way never seen before. Immediate intervention by governments, politicians, and courts is necessary. The Social Media Regulatory Act needs to be enforced on companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Quora, LinkedIn, Amazon, and similar networking sites. Media like The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and CBS should not be allowed to hijack the public viewpoint.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn - Silicon Valley's Premiere Censorship Platform (Update 10/19/2020 & 11/20/2020)

In 2012, I received an invitation to join the Linked in social media platform from one of the local county commissioners that I became acquainted with in the publication of newpatriotsblog.com. I am not by nature inclined to schmooze or chat on social media platforms; however LinkedIn offered a unique opportunity to publish technical material that challenges the ?science' of our day. So I viewed the opportunity to present and discuss innovation as paramount to professionals of any discipline.

When I first arrived, the platform was largely a conglomeration of employment offerings, company product information and presentation of various interests specific to professionals in certain fields. The platform was largely devoid of stifling regulations on ?free' speech or expanded definitions of ?hate' or racial bigotry so that all could participate on equal footing. All conservative thought and ideas were welcome regardless of ethnicity, color or political persuasion; one was expected to defend his or her assertions with sound arguments and good taste.

However, once conservative ideas began to gain a foothold by challenging the prevailing mantra on social, scientific and political issues, the platform began to quietly ?restrict' various participants while revising the platform's ?community policies': https://www.linkedin.com/legal/professional-community-policies. Note that their term ?restriction' means suspension as I was without NOTICE or WARNING. On Sept 24,2020 I suddenly could no longer login to the platform: (See the suspension notice below)

LinkedIn's appeal process for such circumstances is devoid of DUE PROCESS which ensures that virtually NO ONE is reinstated: I could not login-to review my case which suggests there really wasn't anything substantive to corroborate their case in the first place.

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Social media enjoys greater protection against litigation for its actions under section 230 of the Communications Act than conventional media thereby emboldening platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter etc to censor viewpoints that do not align with their professional or community standard policies. This practice censors facts or information which conflicts with these standards violating the first amendment. President Trump recently filed a petition regarding 'how social media platforms are being unfairly flagged and censored' to restrict conservative viewpoints. In lieu of LinkedIn's suspension of my account, I found it necessary to file a complaint with the FCC adding my voice to that of others unfairly suspended. (see below) Presently there is no FCC enforcement mechanism to curb social media abuses, it is with fervent hope that the litany of complaints following the president's petition will result in restriction of social media's lawsuit immunity thereby resulting in genuine reform. The intended result being a more open platform to all points of view. My letter to the FCC (full wording - screen shot below):

Dear Chairman Pai and Commissioners:

I am writing today because the FCC has no complaint mechanism in place for social media access restriction to a platform predicated on supposed violations of 'community standards' which often conflict with free speech rights. I've checked your available forms at https://consumercomplaints.fcc.gov/hc/en-us and there is nothing listed that addresses this concern. In my case the restriction occurred on LinkedIn after the FCC 45 day comment period on the Trump Administration's petition on 'how social media platforms are being unfairly flagged and censored', in my case suspending me on Sept 24,2020 without warning.

I feel this is the best way to make the FCC aware of a growing problem wherein social media are determining what information, ideas, topics are 'acceptable' on their platform essentially instituting ex parte Orwellian censorship intended to prevent unwanted ideas from gaining credibility or exposure on the Internet.

LinkedIn claims its site is for professionals where ideas can be exchanged, debated and news germane to the public may be disseminated but the platform has adopted the same type of censorship as Facebook and other restrictive platforms while still permitting certain salacious materials to abound. I was subjected to unwanted solicitations by young women posting improper pictures of themselves on LinkedIn which went on for months of which I have a photocopy of the woman's request to join my group documented in my rebuttal to LinkedIn. Read my experience on Sitejabber here: https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/linkedin.com#429

Social media platforms are emboldened by the lack of section 230 definition (and zero enforcement) of where immunity ends under the communications act resulting in conservative journalists such as Cheryl Chumley, commentator for the Washington Times to be suspended; https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/craig-shirley/linkedin-targets-conservative-journalist-infantile-censorship I have read many of Mss Chumley's reports (and even commented on a few) on Linked in and have never found grounds to suggest she should be restricted.

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My (9/25/2020) Response
This is asinine as you well know I MUST BE LOGGED IN TO VIEW the alleged case link below and my earlier email below documents that it is not possible to review my 'so-called' case. This is either a gross error on your part or you are implementing Silicon Valley's censorship protocols prior to the election.

The statement made by your system that I may continue as a 'guest' after providing my identity confirmation DOESN'T work. I'm still blocked and I wonder what might have precipitated such action on your part so close to the election?

Allen Williams

LinkedIn Response (09/26/2020 03:30 CST)
Reference # *** View your case(s) on our Help Center

Status: Open
Hi Allen,

I'm sorry for not having a quick answer about your issue. I've forwarded your message to another group for additional review and advice. We'll be in contact with you as quickly as possible, but your issue may require additional research, which may extend your wait time.
If you can log into your account, you can always check the status of your case on LinkedIn:
1. Click the Me icon (your profile photo) at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.
2. Select Open Quick Help from the dropdown and click Go to Help Homepage.
3. On the Help page, click your profile photo in the top right, and then select View your cases from the drop down to see the status of any cases you've submitted.

Please note that if you aren't able to login for any reason, you won't be able to check the status of your case. We ask that you don't create any additional cases in the meantime. We're working as quickly as possible to resolve your inquiry.

Thanks for your patience.

Regards,
Ellen
Member Safety and Recovery Consultant Member

[I DIDN"T initiate ANY complaint CASES. When it's the platform that initiates the suspension, the accused CAN"T ACCESS ANYTHING in the system. Rather than giving me a response, Ellen sent me to another LinkedIn customer support member to which I responded:]

My [protected] 7:11 pm) response
How about telling me what the issue is? Surely you know enough to do that.

Allen Williams

LinkedIn Response (09/26/2020 03:41 CST)
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Status: Waiting For Information View your case(s) on our Help Center
You may reply to this case for up to 14 days
Hi Allen,

We've identified activity that shows you're sending unwanted/inappropriate content via LinkedIn messages. This type of content violates the LinkedIn User Agreement and Professional Community Policies, which states that you agree not to:

? Harass, abuse, or harm another person.
? Send spam or other unwelcomed communications to others.

We ask that you cease this type of communication, and remember that we expect all members to use a professional demeanor when using LinkedIn. For complete details, please see our User Agreement and Professional Community Policies.

We've restricted your account pending your response that you'll adhere to the LinkedIn User Agreement and Professional Community Policies going forward. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Regards,

Savio
LinkedIn Member Safety and Recovery Consultant

MY [protected] 8:13 pm) RESPONSE: Hold on there friend!

You'll have to be a lot more specific about the 'community policies' that I've supposedly violated than simply claiming that I'm sending unwanted and 'inappropriate' comments via linked in messages'. You need to provide some specific examples as to what I've supposedly done rather than disguise your accusations in nebulous terms before I agree to anything.

First of all, you can begin by defining 'messages' because your system supports 'peer to peer' individual communication as well as general posts to either my network or any linked in viewer. You should be able to tell very quickly from the system's archives that I NEVER initiate a personal message to anyone except a few times to give a 'heads up' on general news articles that I've posted or a professional paper that I recently published. The system should tell you that I only RESPOND to messages that are sent to me. I don't send salacious or sexual material nor do I engage in any form of bullying, sexual harassment or sexual innuendo. Now if you do as complete a job of 'investigating' as you maintain, the archives should verify what I've alleged. That said, I believe you have no evidence of my sending inappropriate content using the standard general dictionary definitions of these terms.

The issue in point seems inclined towards 'viewpoint discrimination' which means that I'm posting articles of general information that the public should be aware of which are neither salacious, vulgar, threatening or intimidating BUT nevertheless are 'offensive' and unwanted per your community standards that are starting to appear very much like Facebook's 'AI' style censorship. I think your system will verify that I've published nothing unsavory unless of course you regard conservative viewpoints and opinions as unsavory. And if so, we will have a problem.

If you suspend me or restrict my access over 'unwanted/inappropriate' material that has been redefined by your community standard policies to mean what I've outlined above, you are in violation of my first Amendment rights and THERE WILL BE consequences.

Allen Williams

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Response (09/29/2020 03:46 CST)
Hi Allen,

I'm sorry it's taken this long to get back to you and thanks for being so patient.

We've identified that you've posted or comments on the posts/articles of LinkedIn members that appear to be unsolicited and not in compliance with our user agreement.

Posting content that is meant to harass or abuse another person is in violation of LinkedIn's Professional Community Guidelines https://help.linkedin.com/app/answers/global/id/***. We have these policies in order to protect the value of the LinkedIn network for everyone.

Due to privacy reasons, I will be unable to disclose the exact information of the violation.

Further, it is not OK to use LinkedIn's services to threaten violence or property damage, or for hate speech acts, such as attacking people because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliations, or medical or physical condition.

Your LinkedIn account has been suspended, pending your response stating that you'll adhere to LinkedIn policies from this day forward.

Regards,

Savio
LinkedIn Member Safety and Recovery Consultant

LinkedIn Response (09/30/2020 07:58 CST)
Hi Allen,

Thank you for writing back into LinkedIn. I will try to address your query in the best manner possible.

As mentioned in previous communication, your comments or posts on articles were reported and found inappropriate as per the professional community guidelines. These policies apply to all members.

https://www.linkedin.com/legal/professional-community-policies

I also understand that you have been a victim and you have received abusive statements from other LinkedIn members. We kindly request you to report such incidents so that these can be investigated. If you see something you believe may violate our policies, whether in profiles, posts, messages, comments, or anywhere else, please report it to us.

We don't allow bullying or harassment. This includes abusive language, revealing others' personal or sensitive information (aka "doxing"), or inciting or engaging others to do any of the same.

[See the attached picture of Looman, a typical example of a spirited comment from a LinkedIn member directed at me which would be regarded as violating their infantile 'professional' community standards.]

[11-20-2020: Last Picture in the series below is an example of my posting 'unwanted or unsolicited information' in catching Linkedin Editors shorting the number of recorded reads on an article entitled 'Hotel California' which depicted how the homeless were living on the streets of LA and other major cities by some 1100+ individuals. Needless to say there was no response, no apology, no explanation and the post soon disappeared as if it never happened.]

Please know that we respect the right of all members to freely express themselves. We don't monitor, filter, or remove member-generated content from our site unless they are inappropriate as defined in our User Agreement and Professional Community Policies. We understand that differences of opinion happen, however, this doesn't justify flagging content.

After reviewing reported items, we'll take the appropriate actions. It's against the LinkedIn Privacy Policy and Professional Community Policies to share the identity of someone who flags an item. We have limited ability to act on content appearing beyond our site unless it's in direct violation of our brand.

We require all members to engage in a professional manner and this type of content is not allowed. The account will continue to remain restricted until to adhere and comply to LinkedIn user agreement and abide by LinkedIn Professional Community Policies.

Regards,

Savio
LinkedIn Member Safety and Recovery Consultant Member

My (09/29/2020 09:40 CST) Response:
I don't know what you're attempting to do here but the link you provided below: View your case(s) on our Help Center DOES nothing;. It simply lists a series of 'help' sources which have nothing to do with my 'so-called' case. Either you people pay little attention to detail or this is just your version of FACEBOOK censorship. I can't LOGIN because you are NOT just restricting my account, you've already suspended it.

This is amply demonstrated by your unwillingness to state the 'specifics' of your own 'guideline(s)' that I've supposedly violated leaving me with the only option of responding to the vague allegations contained in your emails, for example:. "Posting content that is meant to harass or abuse another person is in violation of LinkedIn's Professional Community Guidelines https://help.linkedin.com/app/answers/global/id/***. We have these policies in order to protect the value of the LinkedIn network for everyone."

Another statement that is NOT true as I've received abusive statements from other Linked in members on occasion and the platform took no action suggesting an innate bias.

These policies exist so that anyone can be restricted or suspended on nothing more than an accusation. The policy states: "We ask every member on LinkedIn to act responsibly. If you see something that you believe may violate our policies, please report it to us. This includes whether it appears in profiles, posts, comments, conversations, or anywhere else. These reports, along with our automated defenses, help us identify and prevent abuse and misbehavior. Please use the reporting tools responsibly and only for their intended purposes. To learn more about how to report inappropriate behavior, visit our LinkedIn Safety Center."

This is subjective reader opinion rather than objective facts based on Libel, Slander, or tangible evidence but rather are predicated on the current level of 'political correctness' which in itself violates the rights of others holding dissenting opinions or beliefs that the American First Amendment was intended to protect. I can see that you expect me to apologize for something I didn't do replying solely to the vague allegations contained in this series of correspondences, to wit: "We've identified that you've posted or comments on the posts/articles of LinkedIn members that appear to be unsolicited and not in compliance with our user agreement." And this statement means.? Why don't you state the specific guideline that I violated as I quoted above? Is it because that guideline is in itself so vague that it wouldn't corroborate your allegation? The obvious take away here is '. Don't comment on anything unless a comment is directed to you specifically by name which is patently absurd. I challenge assertions and ideas in my comments and posts and expect objectors to defend their positions equally as I do. 'Social justice' is an anathema to freedom.

"Further, it is not OK to use LinkedIn's services to threaten violence or property damage, or for hate speech acts, such as attacking people because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliations, or medical or physical condition."

Let's cut the crap, shall we? You have no real evidence that I've violated any of your listed conditions, especially threatening violence. And 'Hate Speech' is now defined as holding beliefs or making statements contrary to the official state narrative. I'm equally not a racist or white supremacist or whatever the latest term is. This isn't a policy or a guideline, it's an emotional opinion based on the erroneous premise that a user's words have 'offended' unnamed parties giving special credence to why the US 6th amendment exists, that is, the right to confront one's accusers. Your guideline definitions connote censorship and you've aptly demonstrated that user 'appeal' is only for appearance because you've already suspended my account. I have watched LinkedIn do that to a number of other members on the platform, most notably Wayne Allyn Root.

This exercise is intended for nothing more than for me to apologize for something I didn't do and agree to conditions that you have failed to elucidate beyond the vagaries of your purported 'professional' community guidelines which are neither 'professional' nor in compliance with the US bill of rights. And the fact that you are a California company that has no respect for our Constitution and its guaranteed liberties is especially offensive to me.

Allen Williams

[ More recently Cheryl Chumley, conservative journalist at the Washington Times, who doesn't respond to comments on her LinkedIn posts was suspended. Why? Most likely for ?offensive and unwanted' post content, what else? This is unsupportable because she posted the same article at the New York Times: (https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/craig-shirley/linkedin-targets-conservative-journalist-infantile-censorship) which is the very definition of censorship.]

My [protected] 8:33am) response

I find your replies to be quite disingenuous. You either have a problem with nomenclature or you have redefined common terms to suit the purposes of administrative action. If you understood the language, you'd realize that: My account is NOT restricted; it has been suspended but apparently 'words mean whatever you wish them to.'

A brief glimpse into the so-called 'Linked in Professional standards: "These policies apply to all members. Depending on the severity of violation, we may limit the visibility of certain content or remove it entirely."

NO THEY DO NOT! Dependence is a function of ?who' you are and your political affiliations as evidenced by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman's election shenanigans. The standard fails to mention that the rank-and-file member will be denied access. Or is my supposed incident simply too new for you to have adjusted the standards in time to cover?

The standard continues "We don't monitor, filter, or remove member-generated content from our site unless they are inappropriate as defined in our User Agreement and Professional Community Policies."

Really? Then why didn't you simply remove my supposed offensive material rather than choosing to suspend me while calling it a 'restriction" Or did you already do that but just failed to mention it? As expected, it's quite difficult to comply with standards that are fluid or a moving target, i, e. When changes in standards are predicated on thoughts someone doesn't like (or want) as reflected by its frequent updates. This is the very definition of censorship.

"As mentioned in previous communication, your comments or posts on articles were reported and found inappropriate as per the professional community guidelines."

This nicely explains why you wouldn't list any of my purported 'offensive posts' as 'examples of unprofessional 'ism'. To do so would undermine the vagueness and credibility of your accusations especially since nearly all my posts were excerpts from previously published EXTERNAL articles.

"I also understand that you have been a victim and you have received abusive statements from other LinkedIn members. We kindly request you to report such incidents so that these can be investigated."

Do you even understand the total absurdity of this statement? What is the point of my reporting it when you are already aware of it? Here's a news flash for you: professionals have (or should have) the qualifications to defend their assertions, facts and opinions without any help from 'Big Brother.' The exhortation to report 'offenses' has its roots in social conditioning of others to contain free thought - a benchmark of Orwellian censorship.

"Do not engage in unwanted advances: We don't allow unwanted expressions of attraction, desire, requests for a romantic relationship, marriage proposals, sexual advances or innuendo, or lewd remarks."

Oh please! If you bothered to investigate my messages along with the posts as thoroughly as you stated, you would have found that a number of young women with questionable profiles were doing exactly that to me, how convenient of you to overlook this because it clearly suggests a dual standard for complicity.

Take a look at the photo invitation I included from Helen Stevens to appreciate my remark. I posted a copy of her invitation to the Linked in general population citing its inappropriateness AND NOT A WORD from LInkedIn Editor/Censors!

The fact that one is required to 'complain first' suggests a psychological conditioning of the subject to train the user to monitor the social discourse of his or her peers which again is common practice in authoritative societies.

"We don't allow individuals or groups that engage in or promote violence, property damage, or organized criminal activity. You may not use LinkedIn to express support for such individuals or groups or to otherwise glorify violence."

Judging from your responses, you don't accept articles or comments that simply REPORT such actions without advocacy as I have done on Antifa, BLM and the communist party. The actions you've demonstrated here clearly conveys an active censorship environment where the platform intention is to condition its users to accept 'social justice' in place of 'due process' and 'inclusiveness' of thought so that all viewpoints are equally valid and there is no prevailing ideology or absolute truth. This is also a hallmark of Orwellian censorship.

"Do not share content to interfere with or improperly influence an election or another civic process."

Oh please! Your hypocrisy is overbearing. "Billionaire LinkedIn co-founder and Bilderberg attendee Reid Hoffman, was caught staging a false flag operation with fake Russian bots to influence the Alabama Senate election." http://www.camelotdaily.com/jewish-co-founder-reid-hoffman-implicated-jewish-pedophile-jeffrey-epstein-cover/. This is clearly in violation of "We have limited ability to act on content appearing beyond our site unless it's in direct violation of our brand."

LinkedIn's Bilderberg association doesn't resolve well with the notion of intellectual freedom but rather conveys a sound basis for the latent censorship hidden in your 'professional standards. It should now be evident to the public as to how the LinkedIn standards have been structured with an innate bias. We'll see how long your credibility lasts now, eh?

If you were genuinely interested in 'professional standards' then you would have set appropriate criteria for 'QUALIFYING' as a professional in order to join LinkedIn as is the case for real professional societies such as the American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, etc. Here's another news flash for you: A crane operator is NOT a professional by any real world standards I know of which places your 'alternate reality' in question.

I think the real intent here is pretty clear. Rest assured that the abject hypocrisy on display at Linked in won't be lost on my readers.

Allen Williams

Epilog: Lastly the statement: "We've restricted your account pending your response that you'll adhere to the LinkedIn User Agreement and Professional Community Policies going forward."

So my appeal is reduced to carte blanche agreeing that I've done or said something ?inappropriate' without example, without the ability to read what my accusers have claimed and without an unbiased hearing. Even if I apologized for what I supposedly had said or posted, there's absolutely no guarantee I would be reinstated. My ?admissions' are intended to protect LinkedIn from ensuing legal liability.

LinkedIn is an abysmal platform for conveying anything meaningful as evidenced by the number of conservatives that have been restricted (suspended) and I've already identified two prominent individuals. There are many more.

The LinkedIn platform gives a false impression of professionalism and is restricted to prevent unwanted ideas from gaining credibility or exposure on the Internet. It isn't worth the effort to join and the resultant social environment is right out of some dystopian novel.

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Hi there, I have been yet again logged out and restricted from my account and had to resubmit ID documents in which I have already done per previous unknown restriction. I'm writing to yet again seek restoration of my account as I have not been in rapid nor active violation of the user agreement policy nor T&C's, and I have used the platform in a respectful manner to engage and post content helpful to others. My case number is [Case: [protected]], and my email is [protected]@gmail.com. I recently made use of the free trial and looking to continue my premium membership, however I am not able to do so and fear I will be billed not having sufficiently utilizing the membership. I sincerely look forward to this resolve, thank you!

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Linkedin isn't UK based and to resolve an important matter with them involving the sending of my personal data such as a copy of my driver's license and still not receiving an email, is not only a concern, however, it is not clear as to why and for the third time, my account is restricted.

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Desired outcome: To have my account unrestricted for its tarnishing my business brand newly registered and as a surviving Cancer patient, it has caused me alarm and distress. The delay is really unfair and unnecessary.

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I signed up for a one month free trial of linkedin premium and cancelled it before the end of the trial period. Since then I was charged for the month of June and July 2023. I just went into Linkedin and cancelled it for the second time.

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I have only been on 4 days in almost 2 months I have put in over 7 tickets and here is one of examples with no response. I know you guys are backed up however i want to make an observation about what is happening with my account, If you look back when i was first restricted earlier this year I had to show prof of ID ever since then had been restricted 5 times,,First I want you look over my history and before 1st restriction had not ever been restricted in over 12 years,, My feelings are this someone has some access to my account since first time restricted , They have been doing things to get me restricted , This is partly my fault as i had not changed my password in a while,I did not thing i had to worry about it, However after all these restrictions I know i have to do this to stop people getting into my account, I know i do not post or say anything offensive, If I do not like something I move on,I am always positive on this site and professional, I have many business connections and friends on this platform as I have been on here for 13 years, In the last month I had only been on their 4 days, To resolve this matter please look at my previous record before first restriction sand know I am telling the truth Second when I get back on I will change my password and do a 2 step verification, Thank you this last month has been stressful with loss of my mom and now getting ready to move and not being able to keep up with my friends and connections make it more stressful, I really enjoy this platform and that is why I have been on here so long, Let's get this resolved as check my records and I will do my part to take care of this ongoing problem,

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linkedin.com Unfair Permanent Deletion from LinkedIn Sales Nav with No Grounds for Appeal

I have been a loyal user of LinkedIn for over a decade and have never had any issues until recently. My account was permanently deleted due to too many profile views, which I find unfair as social selling is a crucial part of my job. I even received authorization from my manager for SalesNav in my new role to prevent this from happening. However, LinkedIn claimed that I used automation software, which is not true.

I am extremely disappointed that LinkedIn has taken my money for Sales Nav and banned me on the same day. I have been informed that I am now permanently restricted with no grounds for appeal. The fact that there is no direct contact person to speak to is unprofessional and shows a lack of accountability in their decision-making process.

I cannot even make a complaint or appeal without access to LinkedIn, which is frustrating. Throughout the whole process, I have been treated poorly and even asked to provide my passport as proof of verification, which I find to be a massive breach of privacy.

My work heavily relies on LinkedIn, and this restriction not only affects my job security but also my future career prospects. Despite my assurance to abide by LinkedIn's terms and conditions going forward, I have been told that this restriction will remain in place.

As someone who has been a brand advocate for LinkedIn for ten years, I am disappointed that I can no longer recommend LinkedIn Sales Nav or any other LinkedIn tools to any future company I join.

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LinkedIn is a platform that allows individuals to showcase their professional achievements and skills to the world. It's a place where people can create a grandiose image of themselves, but it's important to remember that there's always more to a person than what's on their resume. Take David W Compton, CEO of Alamo Fireworks, for example. While his illustrious resume may impress some, it's important to know the full story of who he is as a person.

I had the misfortune of working with David W Compton during his tenure at Journal Register Co. He was only there for two years, but during that time, he showed his true colors as a ruthless and craven hatchet man. He was brought in to purge the division of its employees in any way he could, no matter how unethical, brazen, or fraudulent.

In my case, I had brought a complaint to the state labor department against one of my employees who had committed plagiarism. Upper management ignored my case due to the dissolution of the weekly newspapers, and David W Compton actually used it against me. The company offered me a meager settlement, which I refused, and the case was later heard without me for I was never notified of that resolution hearing. I believe that this was purposely arranged by the company under the guidance of David W Compton.

It's important to know the truth about people like David W Compton, especially when they boldly display their megalomania on LinkedIn. While the platform can be a useful tool for networking and career advancement, it's important to remember that not everyone is who they claim to be. Always do your research and don't be afraid to speak out if you've been wronged.

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However, in February 2021, my colleague and I were both restricted from using LinkedIn. While my colleague was eventually unrestricted and able to use his account again, I am still unable to access mine. LinkedIn claimed that we were sending spam messages, but as many other Recruiters use the InMail service to reach out to potential candidates, it's unclear if their algorithm is able to accurately detect real spam. We both did the same things, yet only my account remains restricted. Is this fair treatment? Two other colleagues in the past had been restricted but were eventually unrestricted as well.

Unfortunately, the restriction of my account resulted in thousands of job postings being taken down, which hindered a lot of hirings and project deliverables for our clients back in February 2021.

Since I couldn't regain access to my first account, I created a second account because I need LinkedIn to work. However, recently my second account has also been restricted without any explanation. I didn't send any messages to people I didn't know, nor did I add anyone I didn't know. The responses from LinkedIn have been vague, automated, and downright rude.

Overall, I cannot recommend LinkedIn to anyone, especially companies looking for talent. Their customer service is inefficient and you will end up spending thousands of dollars for nothing. It's frustrating to rely on a platform that can restrict your account without any clear reason or explanation.

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LinkedIn is a social site that has been around for a while now. It has been acquired by Microsoft Corp., a company that is known for its poorly made products and terrible technology. Since the acquisition, LinkedIn has become cheap and gets infected constantly. The support that they offer is the worst of any company online today. Most people don't use their programming language anymore, with only 7.7% of sites using it. Finally, most people prefer stability, and Microsoft Corp. is far from that.

When Microsoft Corp. purchased LinkedIn, things started breaking that shouldn't. Our posts have disappeared, yet our competitors are still working as a developer; that shouldn't be the case as these are all controllers. I'm guessing the people at Microsoft don't understand PHP. They charge a ridiculously high fee for the premium account and yet give you nothing for it.

Their adverting costs are three to four times that of Facebook, and they are ten times smaller than Facebook. They think they are worth it, but I tried to advertise, and for $500, I received nothing. I ran an ad on Facebook and received a 7 percent response.

Everything about LinkedIn is terrible. It is just another Facebook app. What once was a professional site has turned into how many likes or comments I can get. Microsoft has destroyed this company in a short time, just like everything else they touch. Like their founder, they are brain dead and haven't a clue. Yeah, they believe that he is brilliant because Bill Gates invented this MANY years ago. No, it means he did it first, and now they are dead last with everything today.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn Recruiter: A Disappointing Solution for Recruiting Top Talent

I have been using LinkedIn Recruiter for a long time now, and I must say that it's not as great as it used to be. It's quite disappointing to see how a platform that was once a game-changer for recruiting top-notch talent has now become an average solution at best. And to top it off, it's way overpriced.

The InMail response rates have been dropping year after year, and it's becoming a significant problem for recruiters. LinkedIn has come up with a new policy that bans recruiters from sending bulk InMails if their response rates fall below 13%. This policy is causing a lot of trouble for recruiters who specialize in finding the best talent in the software industry. These recruiters often have below-average response rates, and LinkedIn's new policy is making it even harder for them to do their job.

If a recruiter falls below the 13% response rate, LinkedIn gives them a warning for the first offense and puts them on a 14-day no bulk InMail punishment period for the second offense. This punishment is quite frustrating, especially since recruiters are already struggling to get responses from their targets.

LinkedIn is blaming recruiters for the low response rates and not taking any responsibility for the problem. This is quite frustrating for recruiters who are paying for a service that is not delivering the results they need. It's even more frustrating that LinkedIn is taking away a critical feature that recruiters have already paid for.

In conclusion, if you're looking for a platform to help you fill difficult hiring needs, LinkedIn Recruiter might not be the best solution out there anymore. The platform's new policies are making it harder for recruiters to do their job, and the response rates are not improving. It's time for LinkedIn to take responsibility for the problem and come up with a solution that works for everyone.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn's Premium Subscription: A Consumer's Nightmare

I never really got into the whole LinkedIn thing, but I've been using it lately to find "passive" job candidates. It seems to work pretty well, except for the fact that you can't really contact anyone outside of your immediate network unless you pay for that privilege. That's one of the main ways they try to get you to upgrade to a "premium" account.

Unfortunately, LinkedIn is just like all those other subscription-based services out there that don't care about the consumer. They try really hard to get you to subscribe, and then they rely on the fact that you'll forget about your subscription. And if you do try to unsubscribe, it's a real pain in the neck. Subscribing is easy - just click a shiny button. But unsubscribing is nearly impossible. After 15 minutes of clicking around the site and searching the internet, I finally found out that I had to (1) go to a special page, (2) message a customer support person, and (3) wait for them to cancel my subscription.

I did eventually get a response, but when I asked for a refund for this month's unused subscription (I explained that I wasn't going to use the service this month and that I had simply forgotten about the subscription), all I got was a copy-and-paste of the terms of service. The terms say that the customer is charged unless they cancel ahead of time. I get that those are the official terms and they're legally protected, but why should I be charged for a service I didn't use? LinkedIn really needs to learn how to treat their customers better and not just try to squeeze as much money out of them as possible.

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linkedin.com LinkedIn: A Breeding Ground for Cancel Culture and Harassment

I recently tried out LinkedIn to connect with others in my industry and stay up-to-date on news related to my interests. However, after following some leadership tags, I quickly noticed that many posts were filled with divisive narratives around race, gender, and COVID-19. I decided to respectfully share my contrary views in the comments, as I believed LinkedIn was a professional site. Unfortunately, this led to me being called names, censored, and even having people look up my personal information online.

Eventually, LinkedIn banned my account altogether. I was shocked to find that people had gone so far as to harass me at my home and try to contact my employer to get me fired. Even my deceased father's identity was stolen. It was a truly terrible experience.

In my opinion, LinkedIn is not what it claims to be. Instead, it seems to be a platform that uses other people's content to manufacture political theater and manipulate users psychologically. It's a breeding ground for cancel culture and reputation destruction.

Any comment that some users don't like instantly invokes harassment and complaints to LinkedIn, who will remove it on the grounds that it violates their policy. The truth is that anything they don't like, including your free speech, is censored, and the personal information you share with them is used in the most heinous ways possible.

I endured a barrage of harassment, and now I know that this site is phony. In just six months, I saw 50 posts pushing race, gender, or some other divisive issue for every one article about science or my field. It's clear that LinkedIn is not a platform for professionals, but rather a place for people to push their own agendas and attack those who disagree with them.

I strongly encourage people to avoid posting any personally identifiable information on this platform. LinkedIn facilitates retaliatory and illegal behavior, and it's simply not worth the risk. Take it for what it is, but be careful.

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linkedin.com Review: LinkedIn - A Job-Oriented Social Network with Limited Appeal

Linked In is a social network that is mainly focused on jobs. It is a place where you can keep up with your colleagues and see what they are up to. It is similar to other academic-based social networks, but it is more job-oriented. Personally, I do not like the idea of having to compete with my colleagues for conquest, but I guess that is just the way things are these days.

The website itself is simple and straightforward, without all the gunk that Facebook has. However, just like Classmates, they have a premium website that not many people are flocking to. People want free and unlimited access to everything, which is what Facebook and Instagram have to offer, even if they both suck.

There are a few people on Linked In that I have emailed, and I prefer emailing them. These people have businesses or some other reason that I needed to talk to them, which is why they have a LinkedIn account. Linked In knows all of my email contacts or anybody that I have ever emailed. If somebody I have communicated with by email has signed up for Linked In, then Linked In will notify me. But also, Linked In will send me emails (just like Google Plus) saying "Do you know these people on Linked In?" after reading the people that I have emailed or they have emailed me.

I do not care about adding every single person I had to talk to. And I am sure that they do not want to add all of their clients or customers either. I have no use for LinkedIn, and I hope I never have to have a use for it. I really hope people hire people the old-fashioned way and not try to dig up people's "social network" profiles, especially since I really do not like posting every little insignificant thing that I do and see. And I especially do not want to read every insignificant thing from other people!

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linkedin.com Warning: LinkedIn.com is a Scam - A Personal Account of Fraud and Deception in the Aerospace Industry

I have a serious warning for anyone considering using LinkedIn.com. My company was paying over $500 a month to have our staff on LinkedIn and to use it as a professional networking tool for the aerospace and space science industries. We had 32 paid staff accounts on LinkedIn.

It's important to note that LinkedIn is owned and controlled by Richard Branson and Virgin Galactic. Unfortunately, it seems that they are using LinkedIn as their own personal spy agency and database to track and harass anyone they see as a competitor or threat in the aerospace industry. In March/April 2013, LinkedIn changed its privacy policy, and now they own your listing, leaving you with no rights as a user on LinkedIn.

The owners of LinkedIn are now using people as their own personal cash cows and network of information on people. If you try to use LinkedIn to contact and network with aerospace or technology professionals, the LinkedIn agents hiding as regular accounts will falsely accuse you of any sort of offenses and then block your account, even if you are paying $500 a month or more. They will not give your money back.

LinkedIn is a high-level big money scam designed to control and manipulate information on people for nefarious and unprofessional agendas. Anyone getting sucked into the LinkedIn scam will get burned. If you're dumb enough to get a paid LinkedIn account, LinkedIn will not provide the services they say they will provide, and in effect, are committing felony theft of services and false advertising to deceive and defraud the public.

The Department of Commerce and FBI have received formal complaints in this regard. Spy and theft of service scams like LinkedIn need to be shut down, and the public protected from these parasite bloodsuckers!

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linkedin.com Censorship

I have been censored and banned for good on Linked In for sharing opinions and videos that were not offensive but were about patriotism, media news stories relating to vaccine injuries, stories about Pfizer even though these reports were on main stream media I was not allowed to share it. Not only was some of the posts taken down, they were labeled as hateful and bullying speech. I even did a comment on a post with just a vomit emoji that LI provides on their platform. They labeled that emoji comment as hateful and bullying and removed that comment. The most troubling occurrence I found is when I was chatting on a private message in LI and the person in my conversation sent me a screen shot of our chat and LI was encouraging them to report me if they found what I was saying offensive, They do that as well to me in my open comments on post. They literally encourage folks to report others. I feel because I am conservative that I am being singled out and censored. I have the screenshot still of the conversation that I thought was private. The person had asked me how I got back on LI after being banned for a year and a half. I told that person I was let back because the posts they were claiming was disinformation was now coming out as truth. I was still not allowed to post truth even though it was being reported in the news. I feel Linked In has censored me and are politically bias and it has to stop. We cannot have a society with views on one side is allowed while the other side are silenced. I pray that we can make them accountable for these 1st amendment violations. I am currently banned for good. As a veteran I find this very troubling and disgraceful. Linked In wants to govern what info gets put out and what we share affects our lives as well as our businesses. I want my account back. I hope you can help me out.

Desired outcome: I want the ban removed and my account reactivated. I want them to stop the censoring and mislabeling of our posts.

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linkedin.com Temporary Restrictions on Account

I put up all the relevant and real information on my account but it shows me that I need to restrictions on my profile.

I have not done any of the things mention in the letter. The job post of as per the requirements of my internship and that's what I did. But now it show me i have done something which I definitely didn't do and i am in urgent need to use my account but am unable to do so.

Desired outcome: Reinstate my account. And tell me where I went wrong so I can avoid it in future.But please do it fast as I will need it during my internship

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linkedin.com Disable the autoplay feature or update the help section.

I'm trying to disable videos from autoplaying while I'm scrolling. It's a stupid feature. I don't know why LinkedIn has it. There are no instructions provided on how to disable the autoplay feature. The only instructions that can be found are outdated and no longer work. Please update the instructions for disabling the video autoplay feature that are applicable desktops, smartphones and tablets.

P. S LinkedIn is a stupid site where people post [censored] and only respond to [censored] that has little or nothing to do with anyone's actual job. Pretending to be a nice person. Pretending to care about social issues. Pretending to uplift people. No real questions asked or answered. Little to no engagement for non political post's. I have been over qualified in my field for years with other 1000 connections for years and I get no useful job offers. I was only scrolling through LinkedIn to kill time at work because LinkedIn has no other uses other than posting boring crap. LinkedIn's auto play feature kept shutting off my music.

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linkedin.com Linkedin Premium

I activated free trial of linkedin premium on 02 November 2022 and cancelled it before the next billing cycle around 29 November 2022.

However, charges have been debited from my credit card despite the cancellation on 02 December 2022 by google play.

Deduction of such premium charges after cancellation before the due date is wrongful and I want refund of those charges amounting to INR 3300/-

Desired outcome: Refund of INR 3300/- deducted from account

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linkedin.com Restricted account

I put up Truthful information & have it verified by another scientist.. by a globally recognized microbiologist-there 12 of them in the World.

I ask LinkedIn each time "where have I provided false information?" I will apologize if I'm wrong. If you can't provide WHERE I'm wrong you should Immediately reinstate my account.

Amy Petri

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Desired outcome: Reinstate my account if you are unable to tell me where I am wrong and/or have misrepresented (like you are claiming)

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LinkedIn.com is a professional networking platform designed to connect individuals and businesses across various industries. It serves as a digital resume for professionals, allowing users to showcase their work experience, education, skills, and achievements. The platform facilitates networking by enabling users to connect with colleagues, industry peers, and potential employers.

In addition to networking, LinkedIn provides job search functionality, with a comprehensive listing of job postings across multiple sectors. Users can apply for positions directly through the site and set up job alerts tailored to their career interests.

For businesses, LinkedIn offers a suite of tools for brand promotion and recruitment. Companies can create pages to highlight their culture, job openings, and updates. The platform's advertising services allow for targeted campaigns to reach specific demographics, leveraging LinkedIn's data on professional backgrounds and interests.

LinkedIn Learning, another service offered by the platform, provides a vast library of online courses covering various professional skills and subjects. These courses aim to facilitate continuous learning and skill development for individuals.

Premium subscriptions are available, offering advanced features such as InMail messaging to reach out to people outside of one's network, more detailed insights on who viewed your profile, and additional information on jobs and applicants.

Overall, LinkedIn.com operates as a multifaceted platform for professional growth, networking, and recruitment, catering to both individuals seeking career opportunities and organizations looking to attract talent and enhance their brand presence.
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linkedin.com reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on May 8, 2008. The latest review Mixed Experiences with LinkedIn: A Review of KBA Systems was posted on Mar 7, 2024. The latest complaint Vicky Ann Dejean was resolved on Sep 12, 2014. linkedin.com has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 111 reviews. linkedin.com has resolved 8 complaints.
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