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2 hours ago, ahmedservice24h said:

Can I offer my services for free on fiverr?

If you offer your services for free, you are opening the door for buyers to take advantage of you. Once they know you will do the work for free, they won't want to pay you for your work.

Also, Fiverr won't allow you to offer services for $0, so the only way to do this is to make your delivery in your inbox. Fiverr also can't help or protect you if you do have issues with a buyer because they aren't buying anything and you aren't selling anything. There isn't any agreement between you two.

There really isn't any reason to offer services for free. Buyers are already protected by Fiverr on every order they place. Funds are held by Fiverr until the buyer says the delivery is acceptable. If it is, the funds are released to the seller. If the buyer isn't satisfied and wants a refund, the money will usually be refunded.

If buyers want to "try" out your services, you can offer a smaller order for a portion of the work. If all is well, buyers can order the remainder of the work and you can complete it. You could also offer discounts (which is essentially doing "free" work).

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58 minutes ago, vickieito said:

If you offer your services for free, you are opening the door for buyers to take advantage of you. Once they know you will do the work for free, they won't want to pay you for your work.

Also, Fiverr won't allow you to offer services for $0, so the only way to do this is to make your delivery in your inbox. Fiverr also can't help or protect you if you do have issues with a buyer because they aren't buying anything and you aren't selling anything. There isn't any agreement between you two.

There really isn't any reason to offer services for free. Buyers are already protected by Fiverr on every order they place. Funds are held by Fiverr until the buyer says the delivery is acceptable. If it is, the funds are released to the seller. If the buyer isn't satisfied and wants a refund, the money will usually be refunded.

If buyers want to "try" out your services, you can offer a smaller order for a portion of the work. If all is well, buyers can order the remainder of the work and you can complete it. You could also offer discounts (which is essentially doing "free" work).

That makes sense

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4 hours ago, amit_juboraz_ said:

Its all up to you.

Wrong. It is not allowed. Fiverr does not want you taking up space on their site, eating bandwidth to give free services away which make them no money. Please don't offer nonsense answers, it helps no one.

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