A fast way to do this is to check their Fiverr Level:
Level 1 sellers have been active on the site for 30 days and completed at least 10 orders while maintaining excellent ratings and a great track record.
Level 2 sellers have made over 50 orders in the past two months while maintaining excellent ratings and a solid track record.
Top Rated Sellers are manually chosen by Fiverr editors. Promotion is based on criteria including: seniority, volume of sales, extremely high rating, exceptional customer care and community leadership.
- Est. Delivery is an estimate of when you will get the results of the gig, many sellers will offer an expedited version for a little more money
- Fiverr Gig rating is based off of user feedback, most Fiverr sellers are very protective of their user rating so you won’t see a lot that are low. Scrolling down and reading the feedback that led to this score is going to be more telling than the numbers themselves. Be aware that fake positive feedback is always a possibility with any kind of site that uses customer reviews, but you should also be aware that fake negative reviews aren’t unheard of either. I understand Fiverr Customer Service does a good job dealing with these but you can’t catch everything so look out for anything that looks too fishy either way.
- Orders in queue tell you how many people are ahead of you in line, a large number could mean a reduced chance of getting your gig completed early but it’s also a good sign that people like the product.
- You can also click their user name and see when the last time they were on Fiverr was, if it’s been a while you might want to look elsewhere.