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Reported A Gig For Copying My Gig Description


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My gig description was copied by another seller to which I reported the gig for over 3 days now, but yet nothing changes in the gig, and it is still live. Meanwhile, I had to change a grammatical error I noticed in my gig a day before I found out the description was copied which I reported immediately. Moreover, the emojis I added to the gig description from onset was removed as I save.

So, my question is, do I still have the chance of been supported by Fiverr because I've edit the gig before reporting? Because I felt Fiverr might think I copied instead, since the gig activity shows that I updated the gig description a day before reporting another gig for copying my gig description.

Please, what is your opinion? What do you think can happen? And I just report the gig again.

 

You can check the gigs if needed

My gig 👉 https://www.fiverr.com/jimsonwrites/ghostwrite-nonfiction-ebook-writing-and-content-writing-for-your-amazon-ebook

The copied gig 👉 https://www.fiverr.com/markfelly147/ghostwrite-30-000-words-books-and-ebook-writing-ghost-book-writer-book-writing

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7 hours ago, jimsonwrites said:

Please, what is your opinion? What do you think can happen? And I just report the gig again.

Hi @jimsonwrites, You can always create a support ticket to attach links or screenshots from the Wayback Machine (an internet archive) that can show snapshots of when you made changes to your gig and the copycat's gig to prove that it is actually your content. Just type in your gig link/the copycat's gig link here (and search through the dates):

https://archive.org/web/

Fiverr should have access to the edits, but providing that information makes Fiverr's work easier. You can create your support ticket here:

https://www.fiverr.com/support_tickets/community-standards-and-terms-of-service/report-violation/create-ticket

 

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On 10/18/2022 at 5:49 PM, vickieito said:

Hi @jimsonwrites, You can always create a support ticket to attach links or screenshots from the Wayback Machine (an internet archive) that can show snapshots of when you made changes to your gig and the copycat's gig to prove that it is actually your content. Just type in your gig link/the copycat's gig link here (and search through the dates):

https://archive.org/web/

Fiverr should have access to the edits, but providing that information makes Fiverr's work easier. You can create your support ticket here:

https://www.fiverr.com/support_tickets/community-standards-and-terms-of-service/report-violation/create-ticket

 

Thanks, but the https://archive.org/web/ couldn't find my gig activities. Probably, maybe there is a way it is been used

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On 10/23/2022 at 4:18 AM, strategist_ceo said:

There is nothing you can do.

Your gig description does not stand out from other similar listings in the marketplace anyway.

No need to cry originality here, as long you provide good services - you will do fine.

You don't get. The content are exactly the same as mine and technically we can't be writing exactly the same thing if it is been written individually.

Moreover, you getting your gig copied can affect the gig visibility.

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My entire Gig was copied by another user. He stole the Gig image and just replaced my photo with his and copy and pasted all of my offer, including pricing.

Some people have no original thoughts of their own.

 

The event was reported, so it will be interesting to see how Fiverr handles it.

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