So back on December 8th, I received a $15 order which the buyer never asked for a revision on after delivery. I delivered their work, 3 days later it automatically completed and 2 weeks later I should have had my money. That was unless the buyer hadn’t enacted a paypal chargeback.
Now, this kind of thing happens. However, the buyers profile had said that he had been a member since 2011. In this case, I thought that I should have been safe. This, however, isn’t the issue, Today this exact same buyer using the same profile, has sent me a message saying that he would like to place an order equivocal to $100.
Luckily, I remembered the buyers name and then went back through my cleared funds to make sure it was him before replying. What I would usually have done, though, is simply sent a custom offer after seeing that this person had been using Fiverr for a year or 2.
So, how does this happen? I though that Fiverr banned the accounts of people who use chargebacks to get work for free?
Anyway. Although I can’t mention this buyers name, here’s a warning:
If you are a writer and you get the below message in your inbox, DO NOT AGREE TO DO THE WORK!!!- This buyer will leave you out of pocket if you accept.
- The history of gambling - from earliest known to present day and including online
- What does the future hold for online gambling - this one can be lots of your own opinions and what you can possibly see going on in the future. Can also talk about lottery services.
Do they sound OK for you?
If so, how do you want me to order the gigs?