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Can I send a sample image to the buyer with watermark logo before delivery?


cohenamit

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Hi,
I am a new seller. I want to provide a sample order to the buyer but I don’t want him to just use the picture and leave. Therefore, I wanted to ask if there is an option to add the watermark logo to the image before the delivery.

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I meant before he even accepts the order. He wants to see an example before even paying. So I don’t want him to take it and take off…

He wants to see an example before even paying

Just show him your recent samples. If he likes them, ask him to place an order first before you start working on his job. Let him know you will revise the job if he doesn’t like the delivery. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time

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He wants to see an example before even paying

Just show him your recent samples. If he likes them, ask him to place an order first before you start working on his job. Let him know you will revise the job if he doesn’t like the delivery. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time

. Thank you for your respond. Every gig I do it slightly different. In that case, I have never done something like that

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He wants to see an example before even paying

Just show him your recent samples. If he likes them, ask him to place an order first before you start working on his job. Let him know you will revise the job if he doesn’t like the delivery. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time

Sir ronhi85. Buyer requests a watermarked logo. Protected version of a logo.

He is saying he will send money after he get satisfied from the logo delivery.

I sent many versions and he kept asking for revisions in inbox. Hasn’t placed an order yet. Now, not getting a reply back. What to do in this case?

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Sir ronhi85. Buyer requests a watermarked logo. Protected version of a logo.

He is saying he will send money after he get satisfied from the logo delivery.

I sent many versions and he kept asking for revisions in inbox. Hasn’t placed an order yet. Now, not getting a reply back. What to do in this case?

What to do in this case?

In this case, take it as a learning experience. Fiverr strongly recommends never to start working until the order is placed (and if you do the work without an order in place, there is zero guarantee that you will get paid for your work).

You just gave away a lot of work for free, and since that person got what they wanted for free, they have no reason to pay you.

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He wants to see an example before even paying

Just show him your recent samples. If he likes them, ask him to place an order first before you start working on his job. Let him know you will revise the job if he doesn’t like the delivery. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time

Just show him your recent samples. If he likes them, ask him to place an order first before you start working on his job. Let him know you will revise the job if he doesn’t like the delivery. Otherwise, you might just be wasting your time

Excatly! If buyer decide to buy something from you, that mean, he is satisfied with your images/portfolio in gig, so he can order you and you can start working. Do not start with a project before they order your gig.

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What to do in this case?

In this case, take it as a learning experience. Fiverr strongly recommends never to start working until the order is placed (and if you do the work without an order in place, there is zero guarantee that you will get paid for your work).

You just gave away a lot of work for free, and since that person got what they wanted for free, they have no reason to pay you.

Thanks catwriter.

How can I make him realize it is a cheating.

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What to do in this case?

In this case, take it as a learning experience. Fiverr strongly recommends never to start working until the order is placed (and if you do the work without an order in place, there is zero guarantee that you will get paid for your work).

You just gave away a lot of work for free, and since that person got what they wanted for free, they have no reason to pay you.

Should I contact customer support with the screenshots of the messages?

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What to do in this case?

In this case, take it as a learning experience. Fiverr strongly recommends never to start working until the order is placed (and if you do the work without an order in place, there is zero guarantee that you will get paid for your work).

You just gave away a lot of work for free, and since that person got what they wanted for free, they have no reason to pay you.

You just gave away a lot of work for free, and since that person got what they wanted for free, they have no reason to pay you.

Though if every time an image was uploaded in the message system the seller put a watermark on it like the buyer specified, the logo is likely unusable for the “buyer”, at least without further work to get try to get rid of the watermark.

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Thanks catwriter.

How can I make him realize it is a cheating.

How can I make him realize it is a cheating.

He probably already knows that it’s cheating, and he intended to cheat all along.

Should I contact customer support with the screenshots of the messages?

It won’t help. Without an order in place, that person doesn’t have to pay. That’s why I told you never to start working until the buyer places an order.

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How can I make him realize it is a cheating.

He probably already knows that it’s cheating, and he intended to cheat all along.

Should I contact customer support with the screenshots of the messages?

It won’t help. Without an order in place, that person doesn’t have to pay. That’s why I told you never to start working until the buyer places an order.

Ok! A lesson learnt. Good Bye 2018

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