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  1. Instead of using Ethereum you can use another chain such Phantasma to mint your NFTs. It’s efficient and would cost you pennies instead of 100s of dollars as in Ethereum. They too have a marketplace called Ghost Market where you can publish your NFTs just like Rarible, opensea etc…
  2. Edited: I don’t think this would be helpful. Yes, it could help in situations where a buyer has a record of requesting order cancellation. But most of the time these buyers usually create new accounts to execute these types of scam. I would suggest you implement some safety mechanism so that such a buyer can’t use your code in case they chargeback. I know for most of the scripts this isn’t possible, but try to only delivery binary version of your code wherever possible.
  3. Sorry to hear that, take this as a lesson and never work for promises.
  4. If you want to build up your account and aren’t getting pushed up by fiverr’s algo then buyer requests can be very helpful. Personally I have benefited a lot from buyer requests. Just for the numbers up till now I have sent around 208 buyers request out of which I have got 19(total I have completed around 23 order, so only 4 orders I received directly) orders so far. While most may think that we must bid the lowest to get the job but in my case I bid a reasonable price that I think best fits for the task. My intention is not bragging about myself but believe it or not most of the requests I sent are in couple of hundreds most of the time. image1076×614 65.1 KB image1133×613 71 KB image1110×611 66.9 KBThese are a few of my requests. I believe if buyers are not reaching out to you, you much reach them(not by spamming though, use buyer requests). It always better to try than doing nothing. Only those have the chances of winning a lottery who have actually bought a ticket. Those who haven’t are already out of the equation you see. It all about numbers. Remember this, 1 % of 1000 is still 10.
  5. Everybody starts from zero. There are always a few of these kinds on people. Ignore them and always hold on to your terms.
  6. Nice article Would you explain the ways we can do that on fiverr? I may be wrong but, as it seems to me there are can be only 2 types of connection between a fiverr seller and a potential client. The seller already knew the client outside of fiverr. In that case why would he bring him/her on fiverr and share 20% of this revenue.2.The seller and buyer are only connected via fiverr. In that case how do we reach out to the buyer(via buyer request? or are there other ways)
  7. :rofl: Buyer requests have proved to be helpful to me but, most of the buyers’ request demands are out of this world given their budget. They want pros to be working on their project when their budget is $5. How on earth can someone come up with such a request? And some of the requests are even straight forward rude. Someone has to be high on weeds to send them an offer. Either they are not aware of the amount of work the seller needs to put in or they aren’t serious about their own project.
  8. Things I consider before accepting a request from buyers Does the buyer has enough reviews> if yes, I read those reviews I then check out a few seller’s profile from whom the buyer previously purchased and I read the seller’s response. I also pay attentions to the gigs he/she purchased along with their prices. I check if the account has been recently created. If yes, I stay away. Then I gauge the buyer over our conversation. What are their expectations? Are they having out of this world expectations? If yes, I stay away. If the buyer is not willing to have a discussion on their own project. I stay away. Many may disagree with some or all of my points but it’s okay as it has worked for me all this long.
  9. Sorry to hear that but this types of scam has become a regular thing here on fiverr as it seems. It has become an online marketplace for free stuffs for this type of buyers. Fiverr should be denying refunds in these sort of cases.
  10. yet nothing has been done by fiverr to solve this issue as it seems to me 😞 These types of buyers come, scam sellers and get free stuff.
  11. You mean customer support or the seller? If this is the case I am sorry to say but I don’t think you will get your money back as you have transferred the money directly to seller’s paypal.
  12. Hi there. Did you place the order on fiverr? If yes then, if the seller fails to deliver your order on time you can cancel the order and get your money back. If no then, you probably won’t get your money back(also it’s against Fiverr’s TOS to contact seller outside of fiverr). You should contact customer support.
  13. No. It’s always upto the customer to decide but, in my opinion 100 reviews still serves the purpose of making the first good impression. It’s has the snowball effect. In my opinion we cannot say always for sure if reviews on a gig are genuine or fake.I cannot say about other sellers but from my personal experience as a seller, a lot of of my buyers are repeated customers and they hardly leave any review and even if they does sometimes by mistake they leave something like “thank you”, “good job” etc. There may be several reasons for that, may be they are busy and only interested in the business aspect I don’t know. It also depends on the price, it more likely a gig offering to write a full detail blog article for $5 would lack quality(as the seller will not dedicated much time unless he/she is underselling). If we think of it wouldn’t the seller be selling it for say $200 (if they were confident of their work to be of high quality as it would require him/her to invest more time on research). Rightly goes the saying "You get what you paid for" In terms of priority I would put the points as below 100 reviews would likely get you impressions user clicks (like our college grades, they provide us the first opportunity to proof our skills regardless of your skill sets) after the user has landed on the gig they see the gig quality (how professional and well described it is) - (just like our resume) Discussing with the seller about your project (like our interview) - may buyers seems to skip this and later get the surprise. after that we check if it fits our budget (it would be like salary negotiation) then if everything seems okay we can have a look at the reviews in details (personality/behavior of the interviewee) Priorities may be different from user to user.
  14. I would love to go for the one review that tells a story, but 100 reviews seems to be a more attractive deal because no matter how much we deny or refuse to agree, social validity has the upper hand in here. Most people don’t want to take the risk of being the first one and has fear of the unknown. It’s a sad truth in today’s day and age. Either we adapt or we are left behind.
  15. It feels good if a buyer leaves us a positive review. But it’s all upto the buyer to decide if they want to leave a review or not. We cannot force them. A majority of my buyers too doesn’t leave a review . Many of which are repeated customers.
  16. Sorry to hear that. It’s sad but many sellers face this type of issue from time to time. I personally have never faced such a situation though. If the buyer’s website still has your articles published(whose copyright you own) then you can file DMCA(Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown request. There are several sites that will do that for your little as 10 usd or you can send a request yourself . You will have to do a bit of research on how to file. Filling a DMCA will take this site down. You can inform the buyer that if they use your content without paying, you are going to file a DMCA takedown. If he agrees to pay then it’s well and good, otherwise you are left with no option but to fill a DMCA takedown request. Hope it helps Some ways to submit a DMCA takedown Mailing the hosting provider/ website, they will take the site downSubmitting on google (https://support.google.com/legal/troubleshooter/1114905?hl=en)Disclaimer: I am not lawyer and I am not very much knowledgeable on DMCA.
  17. Hi @andreaescorcia, welcome to fiverr. I wish you best of luck. 👍
  18. If the buyer has a profile image than you can get the buyers profile as you can see in below image bnb1054×522 45.1 KBafter you get the buyer’s username from attr attribute you will need to append the username like below(this will lead you to the buyer’s profile) https://www.fiverr.com/your_buyers_username Note: you can directly copy the username if you just select the image using the mouse and click copy Hope it helps.
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