Send a message to the Indeed customer service page, using their online form. Tell them to delete your account because you don’t want your credit card on there anymore. Tell them you had bad results and most of your “applicants” did not show up for interviews.Well I'm still trying to hire. My last "fill in helper" is supposed to be working until end of October then we'll I'm kinda in a bad position if I can't find anyone.
Thinking about trying indeed again. This never really worked when I've done it in the past other than lighten my check book. I've got a highschool guy that said he can work Christmas break which better than nothing.
In a day they will send a note asking for more info, and apologizing. They’ll also offer a free $200 “credit” to keep you using the site. If they don’t offer the credit, reply to that apology email and say you’re really not satisfied with the results so far, and it seems too expensive to use without getting better results.
Now you’ve got $200 to throw at Indeed with zero risk.
And to stretch the money… if you reject resumes within about 24 hours, you don’t get charged for them, even if you have already looked at the resume and tried to call them.
Despite all this, we have not had good luck with indeed.