It’s not really true that an order has to be approved “in any business online or offline.”
I can go to HomeDepot’s website and schedule the first appointment for an install without talking to a human or asking for permission.
I can go to Amazon and buy books and clothes without talking to anyone.
Listen, some of us are anti-social and don’t want to get into a big back and forth with people.
I started on Fiverr as a buyer, and I only ordered from sellers with clear packages that made it simple for me to place an order without talking to them. I skipped all profiles that said, “Contact before ordering.” I just want to buy what I need, get it delivered, and (hopefully) never have a conversation. I’m the type of buyer that will keep quiet about a product I’m not happy with, not ask for revisions, not leave a review, and then just disappear and never buy from that seller again.
I always get people debating that point with me when this topic comes up, trying to tell me why I’m wrong to shop this way, but agree with me or not, this is the way I shop (As a buyer I was here FOR ME, not for the seller), and there are other buyers like me that don’t want to talk to anyone before placing an order. Fiverr caters to buyers like that. It’s why I love this website and why I became a seller here.
If you want to have a conversation before every job takes place there are lots of other freelancer websites that work that way.
Fiverr’s ease of purchase and awesome user interface set it apart from other sites.