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  1. Hey ! I wanted to recruit you for long term in my agency. Hello I was faced this type of clients very often. One of them offered me for his agency me as a Graphic designer to do only logo projects weekly 5 days 8 hours and 4.5 k monthly . I was surprised when he wanted 50 $ assurance from me for nothing. Then I got the point it's a trap. So handling clients it not that easy all the time. Be aware be faithful and keep smart work. Peace. Share your thoughts and feelings about this.
  2. Hi I am a buyer and I would like the perspective of experienced sellers on how to make an agreement with a buyer for a longer collaboration that is a win-win. The question: how to enter a long term agreement with Fivers that protects both buyers and sellers for the entire duration of the agreement. Imagine this proposal: a certain number of deliveries at a price higher than the actual seller rate but guaranteed for a specific number of orders (say 20 monthly orders x 5 items delivered). This may be enticing to an artist, as he ensures a stable income over a medium time frame. However there are issues: The issue for the buyer: if the buyer agrees with an artist for the delivery of 100 deliveries and and after the 50th delivery he decides to double the price, although he agreed differently with the buyer, the buyer has a problem. The issue for the seller: if the artist agrees to a fixed price for the entire project, and the buyer decides to stop the project at a certain moment, the artist is treated unfairly. What are the best ways to protect both buyers and sellers if they agree on a fixed price for a long term collaboration? Is there a way that Fiverr can protect both parties in this case? Thanks for the attention.
  3. Hi👋 I hope you are all good. I am a Fantasy and SciFi writer. I had been working with a client for almost two months and on his last order he put a revision (which I couldn't comprehend) and when I asked to clarify, he said that he will be back after weekend break and start afterwards. The day aftera day, it has been 19 days and he's still offline. I need your suggestions and I am also not sure it hurts my account in any way. Looking forward to your kind response. Regards Ali
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