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  1. Thanks, everyone. Just wanted to be 100% certain I had covered all my options. Well, at least this gives me some relief. Are you from outside the U.S., by any chance?
  2. Hello there! 🙂 I recently set up a Payoneer account and linked it to my Fiverr account to withdraw earnings from my Fiverr balance. The issue is that since I’m just learning how to use it and I don’t know if I feel comfortable with it yet, withdrawing my entire balance (bit over $1k) is frightening to me. Is there any way to withdraw less just for one time? Something like $150? :thinking:
  3. That is really good advice. Thank you!
  4. Oh man, that would be big. But I don’t think I’ve got it in me to be that passive-aggressive. 😅
  5. I like you. You like to point out the absolute worst case scenarios for everything, don’t you? 😁
  6. If you are a buyer, you see a seller with a lower ⭐… I think they will decide to go with the higher one. You got a good score, don’t worry. It’s in your hands. If you’re not busy, I recommend finishing the order… Wait for the work to be mark “completed”, and block that particular seller afterwards. That’s not a bad idea. That way I’m not cancelling any orders and the client won’t come back. I would just need to endure one mildly unfair order.
  7. No. But there is the off chance that the blocked buyer goes berserk, turns being blocked into a personal vendetta, and starts creating alt accounts to try to damage your profile. But those are special cases of really “special” buyers. a68600×782 75.1 KB
  8. I don’t know how to feel about other users snooping into my profile, but my profile link is the same I have on my forum account, like @matiasun said. Nah. I didn’t know this. Is this true? In this case, I did. It was I who accepted the order and did it without issues. Then everything changed when I saw the somewhat low score and when the client returned expecting more than before. I’ve never blocked anyone on Fiverr yet. I guess haven’t experienced any true horror story just yet. Would blocking anyone affect your stats?
  9. You are right. What I told them right now is that they either need to pay more or change the requirements. Let’s see how it turns out. Thank you for your advice!
  10. Yeah, I went the extra mile and got burnt in return. Hahah, I’m still salty about it. But “pass” how? I too want to not work for this client as well. But are you suggesting that I should just cancel the order, telling them I do not want to work with them? With what reason/excuse? Also, wouldn’t Fiverr screw me over for it?
  11. Hello community, 🙂 I did art for a client who placed an order without contacting me first and requested something that far exceeded what he paid for: the absolute minimum price. I still did the work simply because I thought their request looked cool/fun to work with (I know, my bad). Not only did the client leave a fairly low score, but they came back with another order, again not contacting me first and for the lowest price, but this time requesting something far greater than before. How do I explain them that their order is too big despite already having delivered them something big at the same price without sounding like I’m ripping them off?
  12. I don’t know about the others, but if it were just me, all I would want in an API is the very same info we are already able to see on the regular website but to be accessible through endpoints to help build automation on my behalf. As for the tight control, with a well-made API that requires something like an OAuth access token for an user, they could control exactly who sees what.
  13. Ooh, that’s a great idea! Now you’re getting me hyped up for this. 🙂
  14. I might write up a neat pitch sometime when I’m free. Worst case scenario is that it’ll go straight to the shredder. :man_shrugging:
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