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There is something called "Gig extra"


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Hello



Since this is what happens to me (as a seller) a lot of times and takes time to explain, so hopefully buyers can find this useful



In most of sellers’ gig page, there is “Gig extra”, that’s the additional fee to get higher quality work, rather than the standard quality of $5 gig. It can be additional $5, $10, $20, $40, $50, etc



A lot of buyer place order to me, then after I deliver $5-work, they compare and ask me why the product is not good as the samples from other buyer’s. that’s a comparison between $5-product and a $165-product. I had to cancel tons of order simply because I cannot do premium work for basic price.



So, take time to read sellers’ gig description and it’s better if you can contact them before placing order.

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@uwah49



Sometimes (we’ve all done it) when we put up a gig we forget to put it in “active” status. Only “active” gigs get approved.



Follow what @madmoo says and go to your My Gigs area and see the ACTIVE and SUSPENDED areas. Your gigs should be in either area.



Unless you’re trying to say the gig is not there either ??

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What i mean is that the gig is not in mygig if you should click mygig what you will see is create gig no existing gig there not to talk of active or approve or suspended. Thats just my worry you can see the gig.has if its not even created

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