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May 13, 2022


John Dunn

The issue is clearly a problem of LinkedIn’s own making. I suspect that coding for their present system was developed by staff who have either since resigned or since retired and that replacement staff is incapable of maintaining or amending or correcting the existing system properties.

I am presently the “Owner” of two groups. They are “Engineering Design professionals” (sic) which I inherited and “Analog Developments” which I originated. I don’t know of anyone who could take over both groups.

I’ve had no success in prodding LinkedIn to remedy their billing problem. Instead, I am becoming convinced that there is no concern at LinkedIn about what should be a five-alarm red alert for them because if I cannot remain as their paying client, there must be significant numbers of other people who cannot do so either. It looks like LinkedIn has become Kodak-complacent and we all know how that upstate New York company ended up.

I still have a few days left before being taken off of LinkedIn. We’ll see what can happen between now and then.

All the best.


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