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shozibdesign

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  1. Thanks. Got the clear knowledge about it
  2. Hello Every one, I'm Shozib Professional Motion and Graphic Designer. I'm a part-time freelancer in Fiverr. Today I got this notification from Fiverr. "You’ve been chosen as one of the first sellers to offer Subscriptions. Learn how here." I search on YouTube about that but not clear that much. Is it actually beneficial for me? If anyone using these services please share your experience. Thanks in advance.
  3. Try to understand the buyer's needs. Use appropriate words and correct English to convenience the buyers.
  4. Maybe he means, buyers are not contacting him after sending the buyer request.
  5. This is great! Thank you so much. I have done the same type of mistake all the time. Now I got proper guidelines from someone. It's really helpful
  6. Interface totally changed. It's seen fresh and minimalistic. But I need a little bit of time to understand. All people here are helpful and cooperative. Thanks, Fiverr, and keep it up.
  7. NOT TRUE. Do a search on the forum for the term “charge backs”. It means NOTHING if the money has cleared and the seller has withdrawn it. NOTHING! The buyer can still either try to cancel via customer service OR make a dispute with PayPal or their credit card. What happens then, is the seller’s balance will likely be negative whatever the amount was that the Gig cost. All this advice about lying to the buyer about your computer being broken and you won’t get it back until the day their payment clears is nonsense. Trust me, if a buyer wants to get their money back, they will get it back. Period. GG Thanks for your information. But sometimes it’s one kind of harassment for us.
  8. Thanks for your suggestions, Everyone suggest to avoid the unlimited revisions.
  9. You did your job, the buyer accepted it. You don’t have to do anything else, especially for free after the order completion. You can ask them to pay extra for the modifications and create a custom offer. Just remember, they can give you a bad review once again. I wouldn’t risk it. That’s the reason why having Unlimited Revisions is a big mistake. You should edit your Gig asap and change it. Good one, I will follow next time. Thanks
  10. Already try 2 time. He asking again and again.
  11. Take Unlimited Revisions off the gig so there’ll be less chance of an issue with future orders. It’s up to you what you do. Fiverr CS has sometimes asked a seller/sellers to do a revision even after completion I think (if they’ve got free revisions left) but that might have been when the order was within 14 days of completion. You could check with CS what they recommend if you wanted to. If you wanted to keep the unlimited revisions maybe add a note somewhere in the gig that revisions can only be taken until the order is complete. This is a good point, there should be notes for unlimited revisions. I heard the buyer has power the cancellation of a finished order. So, I’m a little bit worried about that.
  12. I am afraid, if I don’t modify it, he might give a bad report.
  13. Hello, I am a motion designer. Recently I have finished a project of lower third. I respect all of my clients but he is different. After client feedback finally, I delivered a well-finished project. He was happy with my service but put 3* Review. Anyways I also give him a positive review and reply to his review on my profile. Now two weeks later he asked to modify the work. I’m not interested to do his work anymore. What should I do?
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