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Is there any reason in particular for a 90 day trial period?




The account is temporarily restricted.
The customer, either buyer or seller, can access the account, withdraw funds, complete ongoing orders, and review their order history. They cannot place or receive new orders, nor can they communicate with other customers through inbox messages.  seller's Gigs will not show on the marketplace, and buyers will not be able to place new orders. Once an account is temporarily disabled, the customer needs to wait for the trial period (which can take upwards of 90 days) to be completed—to know if the account will be restored or permanently disabled. 

Customer Support can neither influence the result of this review nor can they update the customer on the review's end date. 


The above was copied from Fiverr's help page. It says it can take upwards of 90 days. Is this generally how long it takes for an investigation or review to be done or is this a result of volume of things that need to be addressed on top of the issue? What happens after the 90 days? I'm just curious to know how they estimated 90 days for this

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