How to Cancel LinkedIn Premium and Get Refund

Have you subscribed to LinkedIn Premium? If so, now you may want to cancel it and you also hope to get a refund. However, can we do it? You are able to read the explanation below about LinkedIn Premium including how to cancel it and the policy to get a refund.

The Steps to Cancel LinkedIn Premium Subscription

It is important for you to note that you are only able to cancel your Premium subscription from the LinkedIn desktop site, mobile browser, or the LinkedIn mobile app, if you purchased the Premium subscription through the LinkedIn desktop site.

According to the LinkedIn site, here are the steps that you have to do if you want to cancel your Premium LinkedIn subscription.

    • The first thing that you need to do is to click on the Me icon which can be found at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.
    • After that, you have to choose Access My Premium from the dropdown.
    • And then, you need to click the Manage Premium Account button on the right rail. You will be taken to your Premium Subscription Settings.
    • And now, under Manage Subscription, you have to click on the Cancel Subscription. You need to follow the prompts to complete the cancellation.

On that site, it is also explained that because of Apple’s privacy policy, you are not able to cancel a LinkedIn Premium subscription that you bought via iTunes directly on LinkedIn. Let’s say that you have purchased your Premium subscription through iTunes or the App Store. If so, you will be able to start the cancellation process on the LinkedIn desktop or the LinkedIn mobile app. And then, you will be taken to the iTunes subscription management settings page to complete the process.

If you want to know the steps to cancel a Premium LinkedIn subscription on iTunes, you can read it below.

The Steps To Cancel A Premium Linkedin Subscription On iTunes

According to the LinkedIn site, here are the steps that you have to take if you want to cancel a Premium LinkedIn subscription on iTunes that you bought before June 1st, 2020.

    • The first thing that you have to do is to access iTunes on your desktop or mobile device.
    • After that, you have to open the Subscription Management Settings page.
    • And then, you need to find your LinkedIn Premium subscription. Let’s say that you are not able to find it. If so, you may be signed in with another Apple ID.
    • At last, you have to click on the Cancel Subscription from the bottom of the screen and then you have to confirm your decision.

How to Cancel LinkedIn Premium and Get Refund

Refund Policy of Premium LinkedIn

According to the LinkedIn site, LinkedIn Premium subscriptions such as Premium Business, Premium Essentials, LinkedIn Learning, Recruiter, and Sales Navigator, and LinkedIn Learning teams are non-refundable. Let’s say that you cancel your Premium subscription. If you do that all your Premium features including InMail messages, will expire at the end of your billing cycle.

Let’s say that your subscription was bought through the Google Play Store and it was renewed within the past 48 hours, but you decide to cancel and request for a refund. If so, you are able to submit a request via the Google Help page and here is the site to access tap here. And if you need more help, you are able to contact LinkedIn customer service.

Also, it is important for you to note that all iOS refunds need to be issued by Apple. So, let’s say that you bought a Premium subscription through the LinkedIn iOS app. If so, you have to contact Apple to inquire about cancellation and refunds. You will have to click the “No Thanks, Continue” button to be able to connect with an Apple support rep via email or chat.

So, Can We Get A Refund From Premium LinkedIn?

If you look at the refund policy of Premium LinkedIn explained above, it is stated that if you have Premium subscription of LinkedIn, you are not able to get a refund after you cancel the subscription and the subscription will end at the end of your billing cycle.

However, according to the Policy Of Refund site, even though LinkedIn states that Premium LinkedIn is non-refundable, you are actually able to get a refund. Is it true? I do not know since I have never done it yet, but on the Policy Of Refund site, it is stated like that. On that site, it is explained that refunds are permitted on a charged subscription after cancelling the services. It is also explained on that site that even though the refund policy is rigid, LinkedIn will provide you with a refund if you do not want to buy the service or you were charged as the trial period expired or you subscribed to the premium account for a short period.

According to the Policy Of Refund site, here are the steps to make a request for LinkedIn Premium refund.

    • The first thing that you have to do is to go to the LinkedIn website and then you have to log into your account.
    • After that, you need to cancel the subscription so that the account is able to be reviewed.
    • In this step, you have to move to the Help page.
    • Then, you need to type in the search bar ‘LinkedIn Consumer Refund Policy’.
    • Now, you have to click on the Request Account Review in the field.
    • You may see no refunds policy message, but you just have to avoid it.
    • And now, you have to click on the Request Account Review option again.
    • And then, you have to click on the Confirm button and submit the request.

You are able to check the status directly by clicking on the Check the Status button. And then, you have to click two times on the Request Account Review option. Now, you will see Approved and then you can go to the email to check the return of the funds.

On that site, it is also explained that you can request a refund on Twitter where you are able to contact and notify them that you are charged without your knowledge if it happens to you or obtained an automated billing. And then, they will help you to get your refunds and you will get an email about the refund.

Once again, I do not know whether it can work or not because I have not tried it yet, but according to the website of Policy Of Refund, those are the ways to get a refund if you have cancelled your Premium LinkedIn subscription.