Can You Cancel LinkedIn Premium After Free Trial?
What Facebook is for personal connections, LinkedIn is for professional networking. This social network can help you connect with your coworkers, get updates from your industry, or look for new career development opportunities.
While its basic features are available for free, LinkedIn Premium is a paid service which includes tools like:
- InMail messages
- Who’s Viewed Your Profile
- LinkedIn Learning courses
- Interview preparation
It’s possible to try LinkedIn Premium for free, usually for 30 days, but the trial eligibility is determined upon the login.
How To Cancel Linkedin Premium Free Trial With DoNotPay
No matter what subscription or membership you want to terminate, DoNotPay can provide you with a fast and easy method to stop those recurring charges:
- Set up your DoNotPay account in a web browser
- Select Find Hidden Money when you log in
- Enter LinkedIn Premium when asked about the subscription you want to stop
No need to dig deep for ways to contact customer support or obscure cancellation options. When your cancellation request is processed successfully, a notification will pop up in your DoNotPay app.
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Alternative Ways To Cancel LinkedIn Free Trial
All available options for getting rid of LinkedIn Premium membership can be found in the table below:
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Canceling LinkedIn Premium on the Web
To stop the LinkedIn Premium subscription during or after your free trial, follow these steps:
- Log in to your LinkedIn account and click on the Me icon at the top of the page
- Choose Access My Premium from the drop-down list
- Click on the Manage Premium account on the right, which takes you to the Premium Subscriptions settings page
- Select Cancel subscription under Manage subscription
- Follow the steps as prompted to confirm
Cancellations are possible only from a web browser. While there is a LinkedIn mobile app, it doesn’t have the option of canceling premium subscriptions.
Canceling LinkedIn Premium on iTunes
iOS users who have started their LinkedIn Premium trial or subscription through iTunes won’t be able to cancel it on LinkedIn’s website. They are required to use this method instead:
- Open the Settings app on your iOS device
- Tap on iTunes & App Store
- Hit your Apple ID or sign in
- Choose Subscriptions
- Scroll and tap LinkedIn Premium
- Select Cancel Subscription
- Hit Cancel one more time
Is LinkedIn Free Trial Really Free?
Even though you must enter credit card details when you decide to try LinkedIn Premium for free, your card won’t be charged until the free trial expires.
You should cancel the free trial at least one day before it’s scheduled to end, or it will turn into a recurring paid subscription automatically. Your card will be charged for the monthly or annual subscription based on what you chose at the signup.
If you cancel the LinkedIn Premium free trial before it expires, it won’t be available for at least 12 months. You will lose access to all Premium features and revert to the basic free profile.
Can You Get a Refund if You Don’t Cancel LinkedIn Free Trial on Time?
Getting a LinkedIn refund for the premium subscription is not possible, according to their refund policy. This rule applies to full and prorated refunds. When you cancel the subscription, you will be able to use the premium features until the end of the ongoing billing cycle.
No Need for Cancellation Reminders When You Have DoNotPay
This method is risk-free because our virtual credit cards are not connected to your bank account. Once the trial expires, LinkedIn won’t be able to charge you even if you forget to cancel the trial on time!
LinkedIn Charges on Your Bank Statement
You can make sure that LinkedIn is not charging you by checking your statement for one of these codes:
|PerkinsvLinkedIn SETTLEMENT PPD ID: 1810971623||LINKEDIN HELP.LINKEDIN.COM||PAYPAL INST XFER LINKEDIN WEB ID: PAYPALSI77|
|LINKEDIN CORPORA DIRECT DEP PPD ID: 9111111102||LINKEDIN.COM LINKEDIIRELAND IR||LINKEDIN.COM CA|
|Debit Purchase – Visa Linkedin.com 650-687-3555ca||Refund from LinkedIn Corporation||Payment to LinkedIn Ireland|
|LINKEDIN-431*2314533, LNKD.IN/BILL IRELAND||LINKEDIN 8556535653 CA||LINKEDIN, 35314369001 GB, REFUND|
|LINKEDIN.COM 650-687-3555 CA||LINKEDIN, 35314369001 GB||PAYPAL *LINKEDIN 4029357733 CA|
|LINKEDIN.COM||: LINKEDIN.COM 650-687-3555 CA||LINKEDIN.COM MOUNTAIN VIEWCA|
|PaymentTo LinkedIn Corporation||PAYPAL *LINKEDIN 402-935-7733 CA||PAYPAL *LINKEDIN|
|LINKEDIN MOUNTAIN VIEWCA||LINKEDIN – Purchase||LINKEDIN.COM LINKEDIN.COM CA|
|LINKEDIN CORPORATIONMOUNTAIN VIEW CA||LINKEDIN 855-6535653 CA 94043 US||LINKEDIN LINKEDIN.COM IRL|
|LINKEDIN DUBLIN||ACH Electronic Debit – PAYPAL INST XFER LINKEDIN||LINKEDIN.COM 650-687-3555 CA 94043 US|
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