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One of my GIG is in the 1st page. Then a Indian buyer came and I done the project successfully & also give him some bonus work. But he gave a negative review with 2.7*

And now I can't find my any GIG in the fiverr top 20 pages

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9 hours ago, jonbaas said:

Please stop encouraging new sellers to be bottom-of-the-barrel sellers. You should be encouraging them to value their work appropriately, and learn how to connect to the target customers who need their services.

A seldom made point Jon. Starbucks doesn't sell coffee for a nickel when they open a new location. The low quality/low dollar sellers cater to the low quality/low dollar buyers, and all of a sudden we end up...well...where we are as a platform. 

Problem here might be that there is a definite influx of sellers with no actual skills, and since there is no investment to be made in order to take up space on the platform, we have a lot of folks both buying and selling who are clueless, and happy to trade a $5 bill occasionally. The damage that does to the algo is immeasurable for everyone. Not to mention Fiverr's image in the serious business community. 

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On 8/20/2021 at 11:21 PM, re_skiptrace said:

A important notice for new seller.

All new sellers starting at Fiverr with a dream. But some scammers are looking for them. So lots of sellers have to end their journey with the starting point. 

As an example: Lets say you are starting a new account and create a new logo design gig, In the starting point you don't have any actual work sample, good star rating, good feedbacks, big order queue or anything. but those are the things our buyers expecting when they are ordering your gig. So, the main thing you can do to attract your buyers is set a low price. 

Experienced scammers know everything above. So they are reaching you and place the order (sometime asking more work for cheap price. my be telling about their future ordering plan :D). But after everything done, they will ask you refund. If the seller not agreed to refund, they will tell about a negative feedback on that order. you can choose one option.

Although you get a negative feedback or order cancelation, this will directly effect to your account because you are in first stage.

So, be careful about this kind of buyers.

Good Suggestion 

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On 8/20/2021 at 11:21 PM, re_skiptrace said:

A important notice for new seller.

All new sellers starting at Fiverr with a dream. But some scammers are looking for them. So lots of sellers have to end their journey with the starting point. 

As an example: Lets say you are starting a new account and create a new logo design gig, In the starting point you don't have any actual work sample, good star rating, good feedbacks, big order queue or anything. but those are the things our buyers expecting when they are ordering your gig. So, the main thing you can do to attract your buyers is set a low price. 

Experienced scammers know everything above. So they are reaching you and place the order (sometime asking more work for cheap price. my be telling about their future ordering plan :D). But after everything done, they will ask you refund. If the seller not agreed to refund, they will tell about a negative feedback on that order. you can choose one option.

Although you get a negative feedback or order cancelation, this will directly effect to your account because you are in first stage.

So, be careful about this kind of buyers.

Thanks for sharing .....bro

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2 hours ago, nz_arefeen said:

Thanks for sharing .....bro

Not a very professional way to address someone in a business siuation. If you walked into a nice business there in Bangladesh, would you want to hear. "Hello sir?", or "Hey how's it hangin, bro?"

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23 minutes ago, newsmike said:

Not a very professional way to address someone in a business siuation. If you walked into a nice business there in Bangladesh, would you want to hear. "Hello sir?", or "Hey how's it hangin, bro?"

I wouldn't like the "sir". Is that an american thing? I thought it was an asian thing. The "bro" is even worse, though. But when I read "sir" I expect the next line to be about how Abdul Al Bakkr the 7th, Jr. have just inherited a large sum of gold, and is looking for a shipment partner. 

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5 minutes ago, smashradio said:

I wouldn't like the "sir". Is that an american thing?

I think "Yes sir, how may I help you?" is quite universal. Although you do have the Viking ruffians in your past. 😀 Whenever I've been to a nice hotel in Tokyo, Berlin, Hong Kong, London, Sydney (more ruffians), or Rome it is always "Hello sir. how may I help"  Never , "Hey bro, what can I do you for?"

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