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How to Cancel an Account With Indeed.com

Updated April 17, 2017

With over 50 million unique visitors per month performing nearly one billion job searches, Indeed bills itself as the top-ranking job search site in the world. Since 2004, Indeed has given job seekers and employee-seekers free access to free online postings. For whatever reason you choose to cancel your account with the site, the process is convenient and hassle-free.

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  1. Go to the Indeed website and click on the "sign in" link located on the top-right corner of the page.

  2. Enter your e-mail address and password in the text boxes under the "Job Seeker Sign In" section. Click the "Sign In" button to continue.

  3. Scroll down to the bottom-right corner of your account page and click on the "Contact" link.

  4. Send a message to an Indeed representative by selecting the "Job Seekers" category and choosing the "My Account" option from the subcategory.

  5. Scroll down and click on the "Send us a message..." link. Enter the email address you registered your Indeed account with and then write a brief message requesting to have your account cancelled.

  6. Press the "Send" button at the bottom of the page to submit your message. You will receive a message in your e-mail account from an Indeed representative requesting confirmation to cancel your account.

  7. Send a reply message to the Indeed representative with your name, e-mail address and message stating that you would like to cancel your account. Wait one business day for a reply back stating that your account has been cancelled.

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About the Author

Chang Lin has been writing professionally since 2010. He has written scripts for the National Science Foundation and short films that have won awards at film festivals. Lin holds a Bachelor of Arts in scriptwriting from the University of North Texas.

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