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"Fiverr's choice".... really???


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Browsing in the Business/market research category, I stumbled upon a "Fiverr's choice" gig which left me perplexed. The gig is not professionally setup and it's description text is the following: 

"About this Gig

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I do wonder whether Fiverr has a preference for cut&paste latin texts?

The hilarious thing is that the service package is structured this way:

Basic: pago de un día

Standard: Mes

Premium: Tiempo completo - Diciembre - Febrero

Wow!

 

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I think it shows that Fiverr's "Fiverr Choice" badge must be given automatically by their algorithms rather than by human selection if the gig description says that. That seller does have 22 orders and 5 reviews on the gig (all reviews by the same buyer).

Fiverr's "SRE team" (Site Reliability Engineering) has some "unusual" wording in one of their gigs too (that other sellers might get in trouble for if they used).

Theirs says:

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[This account is for testing purposes. Do not order gigs]
My money's in that office, right? If she start giving me some ** about it ain't there, and we got to go someplace else and get it, I'm gonna ** you in the head then and there. Then I'm gonna **, find out where my ** money is. She gonna tell me too. Hey, look at me when I'm talking to you, **. You listen: we go in there, and that niha Winston or anybody else is in there, you the first ** to get **. You understand?

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27 minutes ago, uk1000 said:

I think it shows that Fiverr's "Fiverr Choice" badge must be given automatically by their algorithms rather than by human selection if the gig description says that. That seller does have 22 orders and 5 reviews on the gig (all reviews by the same buyer).

Fiverr's "SRE team" (Site Reliability Engineering) has some "unusual" wording in one of their gigs too (that other sellers might get in trouble for if they used).

Theirs says:

I understand the need to differentiate test gigs to make sure buyers don't purchase them, but it feels weird to see these kind of gigs. As a buyer I would be very confused (to say the least.)

I always felt live Fiverr's choice was a bit odd - I had it on my gig that has an SS of 8 many times even though that gig isn't doing well (according to Fiverr.) So who knows how it all really works!

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