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  1. Yes, seems to be a site-wide issue. I am having it as well. Delivery button - not working Timer - not working UPDATE: Seems to be working on some orders. UPDATE 2: Seems to be working normally now.
  2. Weekend hours off. It doesn’t make any sense to me that you have to be active 247. It’s just not possible.
  3. I love face recognition. It’s super helpful when I am busy and don’t have time writing my password. It also allows me to login to certain apps which support FR as well. I am referring to my Samsung Face Recognition login feature
  4. I’m so sorry to hear that happened. Fiverr takes things very seriously and if any of these violations have some truth in it, even at a first strike can result in an account ban. Fiverr also doesn’t encourage the services you have been selling. Over the years Fiverr has been cracking down and removing these kinds of services. I wonder if you were a victim of that. At this time, the only possible solution would be to open a civil dialogue with support and try to come to terms with why exactly this has happened. Best of luck.
  5. Congratulations. A story of genuine strength, commitment and resilience that made success. It may be your first 1cad, but many more to come with your attitude and approach!
  6. There is a policy of duplicate accounts because certain people were abusing this by ordering from competitors to leave negative reviews and such. I’m so sorry to hear you’ve lost $100.
  7. I wouldn’t say that any of the responses were negative. You had a fair question and the responses were very detailed & on point. Personally I think targets should be weighted based on the cost. I know a lot of people would disagree, but if I look at it from business perspective then if Fiverr gets a bigger cut then I should have more leeway 🙂 There are developers offering $5 websites. They can do 50 sites in a row and Fiverr still makes less money on them than from a single order from me. But when my order is late I lose a level, while the other guy can miss quite a few orders. Besides, I bet I won’t need CS help for that one order, while the other guy might need CS for 10 orders out of 50. That’s probably why they raised the service fee to get more resources to support those low-priced gigs. So in terms of revenue, it’s better for Fiverr to keep high-priced gigs, but the current system actually seems to favor more lower priced gigs. The 20K target is pretty much the only thing that’s more difficult for low-priced gigs to achieve. For example, if I didn’t do smaller maintenance orders then 20K is easier for me to hit than getting 100 orders. The only reason I did smaller maintenance gigs was to balance out random cancellations where the buyer ordered by mistake. (Although I’ve given up on that, it’s just a badge 😛 ) Yup. I’m fairy certain that these larger orders matter to the Fiverr editorial team when contemplating whether to award the TRS badge. (as well)
  8. Keep yourself surrounded by happy, good people. That’ll inspire you to keep working harder. Yes - gifting oneself is amazing, but consider doing so with things that mean something. I may go out to eat dinner One night - but I keep it to One night! Don’t feel sorry spending money - but make sure you have funds to help you stay afloat. I wish you the best - anxiety is a real issue and struggle for many people - thanks for bringing this subject up.
  9. In their eyes it means - more experience for a seller, at which point Fiverr feels confident allowing them to feature a “vetted” badge that is seen as “superior” in a way. Note that those requirements are simply first requirements for even being reviewed - essentially - that means that in order to ‘possibly’ qualify one must at least meet those milestones at which Fiverr will ‘consider’ allowing you to feature this badge. I had an issue with the very fact that all orders are counted equally when coming to monthly stats (1 order cancelled order affects the cancellation rate no matter if it’s a $5 or $1000 order. - to me, that is an issue. I do feel that price tiers should be in place and that a “lower priced” offer can’t affect so much (again, in correlation to other orders being made) However, I also understand coming up with the perfect system is difficult. As they say “It may not be the best system, but it works” Additionally, given the metrics required to achieve before becoming any level seller, people appreacite the badge more. (in your case, once you become a TRS you’ll feel you’ve crashed the sky and feel super happy) Not the best system. Work needs to be done. Work is being done. More work is being done. Let’s wait.
  10. The truth is, many times buyers are simply unaware of how the process works. I’ve had clients that did not understand how the process worked and spent some additional time discussing how the platform works. If you’re honest, polite and genuine - you’ll more than not turn experiences that otherwise would result in an upset - into a good one.
  11. Say a specific seller charges $5 for their gig and they are making $40,000 per year Take someone else who is averaging $500 per order yet only making $5,000 per year Which of these Two are more valuable to Fiverr? That’s why there are several metrics other than whether you reach any specific criteria. (yes, a lil windy sentence)
  12. Yup (Sorry for being general, I meant to add ‘drivers license’) I do indeed have a drivers license! You’re right!
  13. I have never received my license yet. I have plastic covering my Imac. I have a collection of old coins.
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