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I recently have received TIP from a buyer, but I realized that Fiverr also takes a fee from that, why is that? I think is a little bit unfair that if a costumer gives value to your work beyond the fee you ask for it, that should be given to you directly, I'm aware that the answer from fiverr about this might be that "we are using their platform" but the true thing is that we are already paying for that, at the time we are visualized by a costumer, have contact, define agreements, doing jobs, delivering, receive payment, all that is through the FIVERR platform, that's why there are penalties for the people that tries to have contact out the platform giving personal contact information, that's OK it is fair, that "give to Cesar what belongs to Cesar" (which is 20% of your job price by the way) but TIPS are different, that is something directly from the buyer to the seller (it is not a job), it is "added value" on behalf of the people, which in the end is translated as "RESPECT". Why should FIVERR take a cut from that too? "management fees"? mmmm I don't know, if FIVERR gives the opportunity to all the sellers be tipped for free that would make this platform much much better than what it is now. Probably I am not going to change anything, (it might represent a big lost in earnings for them) but here is a big suggestion for you fiverr guys, and something to reflect about for you sellers... What do you think? Have a great day! -antcor