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  1. As I've just seen it in a thread I was reading, but neither want to single out anyone, nor get into PMs with total strangers: Do not use Fiverr's logo (or any other logo that isn't yours) in your profile image. Not the logo on its own, nor the logo as an overlay on your image. One more tip, as one still sees it occasionally: Do not use level badges or five stars in your profile image. Just don't. You're welcome. (And if you want to thank me for the tip, just click the heart or thank you icon on the bottom right side of this post, no need to write a comment just for that.) _______________________________________________________________ This was a public service announcement by a TRS (as of April 3, 2022). As so many people keep asking for TRSs to share their "Tips & Tricks", and "How to become a TRS", here's the maybe most important one: Making yourself acquainted, even becoming best friends with Fiverr's terms, rules, and such, is essential in becoming a TRS, because else, you may lose your account before you even get close. Doing stuff that's against the rules also won't serve you well when you reach the basic eligibility requirements and the evaluation team takes out their loupe to manually evaluate your account. 🕵️‍♀️🕵️‍♂️👨‍⚖️👩‍⚖️💎✔️💚🏅
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