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Dave Mason Feb 17 '13 at 06:20 PM
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Forward the message to cs@linkedin.com. Cut the connection if this person is a connection.
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    Jacob R. Raitt Feb 17 '13 at 07:05 PM
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    Thank you.
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      Charles Caro Feb 17 '13 at 10:22 PM
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      If you can still "see" the message in your LinkedIn "Inbox", which would include the "Inbox/Trash" folder, you can use the "Report Spam" option to alert LinkedIn Customer Service of the "abuse". You can also "copy and paste" the message in a new message and send it to LinkedIn Customer Service using the "Contact Us" link found at the LinkedIn "Help Center".

      You might also want to remove the connection. To "remove" a connection click on the "Connections" link found on the "Contacts" menu item shown at the top of every LinkedIn webpage.

      When the "Connections" webpage loads look to the right for a link labeled "Remove Connections".

      Click on the "Remove Connections" link and follow the prompts.
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