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What a very odd question!

14 minutes ago, mdminhaz05 said:

So if a man dies then what will be his or her Fiverr account.

If a man dies then what will be his or her Fiverr account? Uhh. 🤨

The account likely either is set inactive by a friend or family member, or the account gets placed on indefinite hold for not responding to orders, messages, and for general inactivity.

Unfortunately, there's at least one successful account I can directly reference. Activerog was a successful 'memey' Australian spokesperson who passed away. His account is still present on Fiverr and his gigs are not visible on his profile but can still be found via internet search, but on top of his gigs is a disclaimer stating:

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Interesting question that I thought about in the past. I run a team (more than one people involved in the decision making and the work itself), but the Fiverr account is under a single name (because it has to be). If that person dies, what happens to the rest of the people who work on the account? Can we transfer it to a different name? Is everyone's Fiverr career over because the account owner dies?

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5 minutes ago, leannelrivers said:

I've never died so I'm not sure. The stats probably go down to 0% after a while. 

 This is not a fun post. If  you know anything about this or fiverr is saying about this ? so please let me know.

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14 minutes ago, enunciator said:

What a very odd question!

If a man dies then what will be his or her Fiverr account? Uhh. 🤨

The account likely either is set inactive by a friend or family member, or the account gets placed on indefinite hold for not responding to orders, messages, and for general inactivity.

Unfortunately, there's at least one successful account I can directly reference. Activerog was a successful 'memey' Australian spokesperson who passed away. His account is still present on Fiverr and his gigs are not visible on his profile but can still be found via internet search, but on top of his gigs is a disclaimer stating:

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8 minutes ago, enunciator said:

This IS an odd post, and I think I answered your question by directly referencing a successful seller's profile who has indeed passed away.

This is what I wanted to know. Thank you for sharing your experience. You are right this is a odd post. But i like to know something  unknown . Which people never do

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1 minute ago, mdminhaz05 said:

Thank you for sharing your experience.

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OooooOOOOH! I'vvvve cooome baaaack frooom beeeyoooond the graaaave to toiiil awaaaay answerrring quessstions on a foooorum! OoooOOOH!   👻

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8 minutes ago, leannelrivers said:

If you don't want any fun or humour in anyone's responses, fair enough, you can always put in your title that you only want serious responses. 

you understand by reading my question I am posting to know it. No one jokes about dying

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I didn't make any jokes about dying. I said I've never died and I was serious. The vast majority of the posts in the forum are from people who want to know something and many have light-hearted and funny responses. Nothing is meant to be offensive or hurtful and if this is something extremely sensitive for you then clarification in the title wouldn't be a bad thing. 

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so share your user password in your trusted friend or family member or relative. When you died then they can using your account and withdraw your amount.

And what you want ! when you die!

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I'd assume it would just close if someone informed Fiverr of the death or dwindle to a low-rated nothingness if not. Does Fiverr delete abandoned accounts? I would think they'd have to, eventually.

I doubt you can pass down your account to your heirs. The reviews, etc. wouldn't reflect their ability to do the same job, would they?

 

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10 minutes ago, melanielm said:

I doubt you can pass down your account to your heirs.

I'm sure family-run Fiverr accounts is a thing. If one member passes away, it seems entirely plausible that the other members can continue on with the account if the services are the same/similar.  🤔

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I think this is a very valid and important question. If the owner of the Fiverr site dies and there are other people working with this person, then how do they resume the site? I believe this would be a good question for customer service. I would assume that everyone involved with this site has the password. But I've been told never assume anything. If everyone involved has a password, then I don't see why they all couldn't just continue the service. 

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