Check this out.  This guy is driving me nuts!!!

He keeps posting his latest and greatest on my linkedin page cause I am connected to him.  Anyone know how I can unfriend him?

Here is an example of what I am talking about.


Has Sr.QA with Property and Casualty insurance experience resources for you!!!


Please stop showing every consultant you talk to on your Linkedin page. Thank you. 31 minutes ago

Who said that .They are all my own resources why you are thinking like that 28 minutes ago

If you want I will send all those resources to you .You can speak to them then you will come to know 27 minutes ago


No. I am not interested in your resources and you are just clouding up my comment box by putting so many in here. Please do not do this. That is not what this comment box is for. It is not a resume database. 1 minute ago

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Excellent question and answer - thanks for the information.



Morgan Hoogvelt said:

Go to top menu bar -> Connections -> (Top Menu Bar - far right) Remove Connections -> Next page will give you the selection to delete people from your connections.


Good Luck.

Thanks for your responses, Morgan and Sabrina.  Bad enough to get unsolicited candidates sent to my email.  But on my linked in page, Come On.  Job Postings--Yes!  Unsolicited candidates--NO!

I wonder if I should contact Linkedin about this and ask them to create a policy.

Thank you, Morgan.  I removed him.  I appreciate your quick response.

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