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I am new to Fiverr, still trying to figure out how this all works and my first experience has been rotten. What should I do? I bought 5,000 “real” views of a video on YouTube after managing to get my views up to 300+ by e-mailing everyone on my contact list and spending hours networking. I really put in tons of effort to get it to 300 in the 3 days since I posted my video The seller used some sort of automatic system that contravenes YouTube’s terms of service (His posting specifically said it would be real views). My video was taken down by YouTube and I had to repost it- back to 0 views. No apology or explanation from the seller, the video was taken down before he could complete all 5,000 views so the order was cancelled “by mutual consent” - He ignored my 4 SOS messages to him. He has a 100% positive rating. How do I get a negative rating on him if the order was never completed? And now I have a $5 Fiverr credit that I don’t want to use. Not only did he not deliver as promised, I am now worse off than when I first bought the gig. Please advise me. Am I jut screwed???

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In my opinion I think you should report him to the Fiverr staff so that they are aware of what he is doing and that he is going against YouTubes terms. Other than that there is not much that you can do besides try to start from the beginning and try to get your video views back up to 300.



Im sorry that the user has left a bad taste for Fiverr in your mouth, but most of the users on here aren’t like that.



Please check out my gigs if you have the time. Thanks: http://www.fiverr.com/theadvertiser78

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theadvertiser78 said:

In my opinion I think you should report him to the Fiverr staff so that they are aware of what he is doing and that he is going against YouTubes terms. Other than that there is not much that you can do besides try to start from the beginning and try to get your video views back up to 300.

 

The buyer is going against the terms of YouTube too...

 

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Don’t buy any youtube views, they aren’t safe.



I look at this the same way alcohol is sold. It’s bad for you and can kill you but it isn’t against the law to sell it, it’s up to the user to decide how much alcohol is consumed.

Drinking 5000 drinks in a short period of time would be a killer.



But yea, the seller shouldn’t be selling that many views at once, they obviously don’t care who they are hurting because they know the consequences.



If you really want youtube views, buy the likes and if your video is any good, the views will come naturally afterwords, but don’t buy 5k! it isn’t natural. (I offer a safe youtube like gig.)

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