Fiverr is getting on my nerves - and I’m relatively new. They want us to use real pictures of ourselves and use real (or close to real) names because it helps sell. Really all it does is help scammers and spammers find the people that fit their scammy profiles and spam them. And yet, I still have to respond as if it’s a real buyer. There are times that Fiverr has already marked the messages as spam and we STILL have to unblock and then respond and then re-report/block.
Is this a problem for anyone else? I’ve had offers of men wanting to visit me, wanting to start relationships with me, telling me they love me and being a little to gross, asking for money, and asking me where I live/my phone number and on and on. And I still have to respond to that first message. It’s like the #metoo movement just bypassed Fiverr and they are encouraging this by forcing us to respond to them in the first place.