LinkedIn Account Restriction Warning.
I am not sure what I have done other than comment on a ‘Cardiff Solicitors’ post the other day when he was mentioning ‘Probate’ in his article and I thought it was fitting to mention I have a few domain names that would help with SEO.
So you can imagine my surprise to learn that my comment has been removed by LinkedIn because it goes against their policy even though I posted the image below about a month ago and nothing happened, mentioning the same domain names.
The only thing I can think of is that the solicitor reported me, although I do not know why he would do such a thing when all I was trying to do is help not hinder.
I have asked LinkedIn to explain themselves and if anyone can shed some light on why I have supposedly violated LinkedIn policy I would have a better understanding and also warn my readers not to do the same.
I think it is petty and someone obviously on LinkedIn does not have a clue about domain brokering.
I am going to reach out to the solicitor and ask him directly if he reported me or not, what is the worst that can happen he can only block me if I phone to speak to him. LinkedIn cannot restrict my account without having evidence I have gone against their terms and conditions.
If anything this has now prompted me to write a post that I had no intention of doing until I received the message…
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