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kyledrewes

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  1. Yes, doing business on Fiverr can be a risk. Therefore the best advice I can give is make sure you read the terms of service so you know your rights. Also, I would advise not to make significant investments on Fiverr either. For example, if someone requests you to build a website for them for $500.00 that would require many hours of your time, I would pass on it. Only accept gigs that don’t require much time or resources. Hope this helped.
  2. Hey welcome to Fiverr. The best advice I can give is never communicate with buyers outside of the service. Best of luck to you!
  3. Hey jillur1111, The best advice I can give is to never communicate with people outside of the Fiverr. Fiverr is a hunting ground for scam artists. Therefore, please be careful who you associate with. Some people on here are not good people. Other than that, it’s a great platform and I hope you enjoy it.
  4. I’m sorry to hear that man. Unfortunately, there are a lot scam artists on this service. The best advice I can give you is if someone tries to persuade to do something you normally wouldn’t do, don’t do it. Always be ready to walk at anytime, no matter how much money they offer you. Trust me, if it seems too good to be true then it probably isn’t true.
  5. I would read fiverr’s terms of service just to make sure that nothing about your project violates fiverr’s policy. It sounds like everything you did was legit but hypothetically if you did violate the terms of service (not saying you did) then you could potentially get banned. Therefore, if you discover that something in your project does violate the terms of service, then I would issue a refund to avoid any repercussions. If not, then I would decline the refund request and politely refer the client to customer support for further assistance. As long as nothing you did violates fiverr’s terms of service then you should be in the clear. Hope this helps and good luck!
  6. Welcome to Fiverr! I hope you enjoy it. The best advice I can give is if anytime someone tries to do business with you outside of fiverr please politely decline. Normally it will be for the wrong reasons…
  7. I’m confused. What “thirst traps” are you referring to? I have never seen anyone, anywhere on Fiverr, trying to lure people into their gigs with beverages. What does this have to do with Fiverr, or the OP’s personal introduction? Go to Fiverr and type ‘dating coach’ or ‘I will talk about anything with you online’ and you’ll know what I’m talking about. The point I’m trying to make is that certain venders will use their sexuality for the purpose of luring you in. Therefore, it’s important not to fall for it, especially if you’re new to fiverr.
  8. Hi Tanvir. Welcome to fiverr! The best advice I can give anyone is stay away from thirst traps on Fiverr. Don’t let your sexdrive get in the way of your judgement!
  9. At anytime, you must be ready to walk away from difficult buyers. I know how frustrating it can be, but if you choose to go outside Fiverr, and something were potentially to go down, Fiverr is not going to be able to help you. That’s why, all communication must be made through their platform. If you’re communicating with a legitimate buyer, then they should have no issue with you telling them ‘no.’
  10. Hi Diana, welcome to the community and hope you enjoy it. Salute.
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