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Long story short, a client got their huge order with me cancelled after saying that I wasn't "professional" enough because I took a day off in order to keep my healthy work-life balance. That was on a Sunday! The client was also intrusive by asking direct questions about my activities and it felt like I was obliged to give accounts of every move I make while I having an ongoing order with them. Fiverr, after being asked by the client and without taking into account my position, also without looking at my communication with the client from day 1, cancelled the order in record time! How come this is considered fair?! Did anyone else have the same experience? What can we do about it? To support my case, I have 30+ satisfied clients and 30+ five-star reviews on the gig that I got the cancelled order under. If there is a better way of telling if someone is "professional" or not, it is by looking at their track record. After this incident, I have decided to find additional platforms as I see that Fiverr doesn't really care about the people who make them earn more than 25% of their profits. Please share your opinion, stories and other enlightenment that you might have to share with the community. Arrogance and bullying will not be tolerated! Thank you!