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What to do if I Mark as Complete 2 orders but Buyer does not and order the 3rd one? [Resolved]


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Hi,



This is the first time I post something here in Fiverr. I have a buyer that bought 2 of my gigs and ordered a 3rd one. I asked him gently to mark the first 2 as complete before me start working on the 3rd one.



Is that a bad thing to do?



I’m afraid I work on the 3rd one and he filed a dispute or chargeback or mark order as incomplete or something like that and all my work its lost (I take about 1 hour to 2 per Gig). He does not have a picture or description in his profile.



Please advice.



Thank you,

Luis



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Hi onlinedzshop,

Thanks a lot for your fast reply. I have done so. I sent him a message by Inbox and also 1 message per order finished (2 already).

Is it safe to ask for that? Not that I want to pressure the Buyer but I have this feeling of something “weird” to happen. That’s why I came here for advice and best practices.

Waiting for an answer still from the Buyer.

Thanks,
Luis

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I think the advice to not worry about it, and to work on the third order is good. Just deliver it and wait the 3 days for the orders to automatically complete. It’s better to take the chance this time than to go late or lose a potentially good buyer who seems like he/she may have lots of work for you.

If for some reason you feel like this buyer is not a good fit for you, or not trustworthy, then maybe consider not accepting his/her orders but if you don’t have a real worry about the buyer, then just hope for the best.

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Why would there be a problem to start the 3rd gig? The first two orders will be automatically completed.

As long as the buyer paid for the 3rd gig then you just start working on it.

Now, if this was a special project and the 3 gigs were purchased together to be part of one larger project, then I can understand you waiting to get approval. But if they are all separate gigs, just do the work and don’t think about it. Not all buyers hit the complete button and add reviews or even email you back.

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