Soo this happen a while ago… a customer bought a snapchatfilter from me. After delivering, she wanted me to do a revision. Ofcourse this is no problem, so I changed it. After this she wanted me to altered one more thing. But apparently I didn’t answered fast enough ( a few hours later I did though), so she ordered another gig, with the only purpose for me to react faster to her request! (wich ofcourse it didn’t because I was away at that moment)
When I came back, she wanted me to cancel the newly ordered gig and also alter the filter. I altered the filter ----> AND she gave me a bad review…
Finaly I canceled the new gig, through fiverr’s CS, but they couldn’t do anything about the bad review. Also when I asked if there would be some concequenses for the buyer or someway other sellers would be protected from her, they said they couldn’t say anything about that. (ordering a gig just to speed things up seems and not caring about a sellers cancelation ratings etc. is a bit questionable)
I mean… shouldn’t there be a way to protect sellers from ‘bad’ buyers? I understand that the protection should first go to the seller’s, but still.
Or is this just me? And has somebody here ever had an experience like this?