How to cancel your LinkedIn Premium Account

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How to cancel your LinkedIn Premium Account:
Step 1: Go to www.linkedin.com and sign into your LinkedIn Premium account.
Step 2: Click on “Account: Job Seeker” when hovering over your LinkedIn profile pic in the top right corner of your screen.
Step 3: In “Account type: Job Seeker” (left on your screen), click on “Cancel subscription”.
Step 4: Select why you want to cancel your subscription
Step 5: Wait for the notification that says “Subscription cancelled.

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7 comments

  1. Ana Jaimes 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    Literally Linked in tried to put me in Premium and bill me for it without my knowledge. I swear to god this is utter bullshit

  2. Patricia Gallace 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    My account home page looks different on my phone app and the desktop version. I can’t even get to the accounts. Help!!! I want out.

  3. Tori Parkinson 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    well you can now dial them too they have a number to call which might work +1 833 663 66OO linkedin customer service for cancellation and refund

  4. L L 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    Step 1- Report this to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) if you could not cancel due to technical glitches in their site or if they promised a separate cancellation reminder and did not send one.
    Step 2- Dispute it with your credit card company within 60 days of it appearing on the first credit card statement the charge appeared. You will advise the credit card company you had trouble cancelling in time due to that technical glitch, etc. The bank forces them to refund you if things are found in your favor.
    Step 3- BBB (Better Business Bureau) comments can be made publicly anonymous and the company must treat you fairly in their resolution to maintain a good rating.

  5. alexandra here 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    I cancelled my subscription before the day that it says that I will pay.
    so now when that specific day comes I 'll pay; please answer

  6. Ferment Yung 18 May, 2020 at 01:21 Reply

    LinkedIn Free Premium is a scam! I just tried one month free trial, but after trial they charge me every month silently, without any charging notification thru email or text message. The most ridiculous thing is LinkedIn customer service ask me to go to one of their link to see the charging record, NO digital charging receipt sent to my email at all! I’m using my wife’s credit card and we found it after 7 months. LinkedIn support said can only refund two months, because the online agreement has authorized LinkedIn to charge me after trial, what a scam! I never agreed to buy the stupid premium service, not useful at all! Please resend the message if you know someone tried the free premium, in case your friend being tricked!

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