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  1. I'm curious about whether or not it breaks Fiverr terms of service to put a link to your gig page in the offer to a buyer request. I know that buyer's themselves can send links and attach photos but in response to their request is it all right to send back a link to your gig with your offer? Would this be considered spamming the buyer's? The Fiverr help center states that only the links listed on the page linked below can be used. But as long as your link has the fiverr.com domain it should be well within the TOS, right? https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360016541618-Allowed-Links-for-Gigs
  2. If you are looking at the top of the Earnings page and see $94 in the pending area that is the total amount that is pending. Each individual order you complete has a 14 day clearance period before your funds are released which you can see by checking the dates on the left side of the webpage. Check this article to get a better understanding of what I mean. https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010559998-Viewing-Your-Earnings
  3. I think that is something the person would have to turn on themselves through their smartphones settings. There is usually an Accessibility section in the settings of smartphones that will allow individuals with hearing impairments to set their notifications to send a flash instead of just a sound or vibration. Making that change in the settings should also affect the Fiverr app. If it doesn't then Fiverr would need to make updates to their app to allow smartphones to change how notifications are shown.
  4. I have just recently begun to delve into the Fiverr forum and already I have had to sift through a lot of spam-esque responses. An example of one such occurrence is when I was looking at a topic thread that started with someone asking for advice on a specific issue that they are having and then having at least three individuals pop up to say "Oh, I can help. All you need to do is click my gig link." It's quite tiresome because I actually would like to hear real advice but I don't want to bog down the forum by asking a question that may have already been asked and answered somewhere on the forum.
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