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On 8/23/2021 at 5:20 AM, abgraphicbd said:

➡️m I obliged to pay or can I claim a tip for it?

You're the seller so you don't pay. Yes in theory you could ask for a custom offer - not a tip (I don't know if it's worth checking with CS).

In one of your gigs you've got "unlimited revisions" on every package. Having that will likely encourage some people to keep asking for revisions even after the order is complete. You could edit the gig so that the maximum revisions is more like 5 so it's less likely to happen again (eg. so you only give free revisions up to the 5 or whatever max in future).

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Here you need to be careful with some points.

 

Is your gig says that you will give revisions (numbers/unlimited).

Did you completed the work as per given instruction?

Though it's completed automatically based on your service category, you can provide support with revisions to maintain a good relationship.

Also if you think the way he is asking for revisions (probably number of new concepts), you can ask him to adjust the budget and send a new custom offer to do that.

But make sure that he is going to be satisfied, else he may give a bad review!

 

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5 hours ago, uk1000 said:

You're the seller so you don't pay. Yes in theory you could ask for a custom offer - not a tip (I don't know if it's worth checking with CS).

In one of your gigs you've got "unlimited revisions" on every package. Having that will likely encourage some people to keep asking for revisions even after the order is complete. You could edit the gig so that the maximum revisions is more like 5 so it's less likely to happen again (eg. so you only give free revisions up to the 5 or whatever max in future).

Thanks a lot for your valuable information!!

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5 hours ago, seven_sign said:

Here you need to be careful with some points.

 

Is your gig says that you will give revisions (numbers/unlimited).

Did you completed the work as per given instruction?

Though it's completed automatically based on your service category, you can provide support with revisions to maintain a good relationship.

Also if you think the way he is asking for revisions (probably number of new concepts), you can ask him to adjust the budget and send a new custom offer to do that.

But make sure that he is going to be satisfied, else he may give a bad review!

 

Thanks a lot for your valuable information!!

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