So I’ve had a client recently order my ‘I Will Ethically Steal Your Competitors Customers’ gig.
The gig I gave him was custom, as he didn’t want a Google ad, he wanted a Facebook campaign instead. The client was impatient as hell, interrupting me throughout the 14-days, saying things like “make sure you stay on top of this” etc – when the campaign was getting him a huge amount of clicks per day.
He pressured me to also do a Google ad on top of this, after my suggestion. So I ushered him to complete the gig, and we’ll start another. Thus when he accepted the order, he left me a 4.7-star review, with the “Gig as described” as a 4/5 star.
I contacted him about this, and he says it was “accidental”. Well, his little “accident” cost me 4.9-star average now. The only problem is, Fiverr prohibit you to contact clients about changing their review.
I wonder if his next gig would be an “accidental” rating, or I should just fire him as a client (as I’m suspect that he’s lying, given his way of communication).
Has anyone else had accidental reviews?