Joined: 18 Mar 20
25 Jun 22 4:49 pm
Suspicious ones =)
This information is available on their website, so violations of user agreement; creating multiple profiles from the same device; exceeding the number of connections per day; adding unknow people; lots of profiles' checking per day - all of these activities can be considered as suspicious ones and lead to the restriction of using Linkedin services.
Anyway, if you believe that your account was banned for nothing, then you can always contact customer support representatives and they will explain you in details why it was like that. There is nothing difficult to comply with these rules actually, even if you are a marketer.