It may so happen that you encounter a problem while using LinkedIn, and nothing that you find in LinkedIn's help center is any use in resolving it. In that case, you can try contacting LinkedIn's customer service team directly. Here's how to do it.
Go to www.linkedin.com in your web browser and log in.
Move your mouse cursor over your picture in the top-right corner and click Help Center.
Try finding a help topic for your current issue. Or, alternately, just click any random help topic.
Once you've found a help topic, click Contact Us in the menu across the top.
In the contact form, your name and email address should already be filled in (since you logged in). Click in each of the remaining boxes and drop-down menus and type in or select:
- An alternate email address (just one more way for LinkedIn to reach you)
- The general feature of LinkedIn that you're having trouble with
- The LinkedIn-affiliated application or website that you're having trouble with
- The device that you are using the LinkedIn-affiliated application or website on
- The specific problem that you are having on LinkedIn
- A detailed description of the issue that you are having with LinkedIn
You can also click Browse and search your computer for a screenshot or other piece of evidence that may help LinkedIn identify and solve your problem.
Note that only the fields that are highlighted in the screenshot above are mandatory. However, the more you fill in, the better LinkedIn can help you with the issue that you're having.
When you're ready to submit your problem to have LinkedIn customer service have a look at it, click Continue.
From there, watch your email account(s), and see if you get a response from LinkedIn.
You can try to contact LinkedIn by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
However, according to this help page on LinkedIn, it may not work.
LinkedIn's customer service department can be reached on Twitter at "@LinkedIn_Help".
You can try contacting LinkedIn's customer service department by phone at these numbers:
However, some have mentioned that you may just be redirected to LinkedIn's online help options.
We hope that you're able to get in touch with LinkedIn customer service and get your issue fixed!
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