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Hello Fiverr pro, :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

I have an one question to you all. Which one worst for seller account 👁️

  1. Bad review 2.Order cancel 🚥

Which one worst for seller account: Bad review

Bad review - permanent, lifetime thing that can reduce or completely end your Fiverr carer.

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Totally depends on the order price.
I don’t want to lose hundreds of dollars on an order cancellation. When its $10 I wouldn’t mind.

But one review won’t affect stats much if the other 99% are 5* reviews.
It also depends on how justified the bad review was.

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If you already have a lot of reviews and receive orders regularly, eating a negative review isn’t a disaster, especially if it’s for an expensive order.

If you are starting off or don’t get orders regularly, then a bad review can be debilitating and cause one to lose Buyer Request privileges or even lose a level.

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I have one question,

After cancelation, Why I will block him/her?

Why would you want to potentially work again with someone that an order had to cancelled with?

Cancellations still harm profile stats and has a detrimental effect on gig visibility.

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Why would you want to potentially work again with someone that an order had to cancelled with?

Cancellations still harm profile stats and has a detrimental effect on gig visibility.

I don’t want to work with him again, If I don’t block him, Is he or Fiverr support can any problem with my profile?

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I don’t want to work with him again, If I don’t block him, Is he or Fiverr support can any problem with my profile?

If you don’t want to potentially work with the buyer again, then just block him.

Blocking a buyer from placing additional orders doesn’t (as far as I know) negatively impact the seller.

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If you don’t want to potentially work with the buyer again, then just block him.

Blocking a buyer from placing additional orders doesn’t (as far as I know) negatively impact the seller.

Ok, thank you Boss 🙂 For your valuable suggestion.

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