Take care please as while this “pants dropping” approach seems attractive, it doesn’t help anyone.
Fiverr is awash with stupidly priced cookie-cutter work where the results are often dire. A good client should work this out pretty quickly and will move up until they start finding decent work. As an example I looked at people Mixing music and while there were some people offering Analog this and that for less than a cup of coffee, it wasn’t until I got over $100 that things started to sound remotely listenable.
Going cut-rate not only damages the client outcomes but you personally. Using the Mixing example: $100 for 10 hours of specialist work is 1/5th of what is needed for a basic wage to feed your family (and that is before we take off Fiverr’s 20%). Maybe in India, Malaysia or the like that is a fortune, but soon it won’t be and if you have helped push the whole market so low, there is no real market and all that can happen is cut-rate outcomes.