I’ve learned the hard way not to take anything to [redacted: online videoconferencing service that rhymes with hype] now, or click on any Google docs links from a perspective buyer, because inevitably it’s going to be a plea to sell my account or set up a US-based account for them, whether it’s here on Fiverr or…elsewhere…on the web.
It’s really irritating to me as a seller trying to actually get gigs; every one of those messages required me to spend time on my computer or phone sussing out what the “buyer” needed. I completely sympathize that it may be difficult to sell writing services or get writing gigs in a home country, but the answer to that isn’t impersonating a fluent English speaker by co-opting a false account. Each one of these requests has had butchered English and is rife with typos. If you want to attract the kind of audience a native English speaker has access to, put in the work to do so. Buying a fake account doesn’t magically make you good at the language, and trust me - buyers will see RIGHT through it.