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Thank you for your contribution. Some other ways to avoid bad experiences include:

Starting with a $5 gig or paid sample when dealing with a non-leveled seller or really anyone you haven’t worked with. You risk less money that way if things go wrong, but may find a gem of a seller and can buy upgrades.

Read the sellers description and reviews carefully. If their are no reviews yet, check for their generic sample work. While you should pay for custom samples, many good newer sellers display samples created to showcase their skills. (If not, it may be a sign to move on.)

Contact the seller prior to ordering and make sure no communication issues are in the way.

Good luck, be careful and I hope you have more good experiences!

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