I’m sure once you go out of country, you WILL be at the location for a period of time.
So what Fiverr will see the is that your account is now logging in from a different country. That is fine. As long as they see you be on the NEW IP address routinely from that point on wards.
If by any chance your account is logged in from your HOME country while you are abroad, THAT is going to raise the red flag, and Fiverr may interpret that as a fraudulent activity. And action will be taken against your account.
So make sure, once you switch to a new IP you keep using it for a period of time to ensure that the system logs that it is now your current point of origin.
I’m gonna try and explain EXTERNAL IP address in Layman’s terms.
It’s like a phone number as you may know, for e.g:
“24” is a dedicated address reserved for my ISP in Bangladesh.
So even if I switch to another IP it would still show something as:
So Fiverr would know that I am still in Bangladesh.
Even tho my external IP is different from original.
So when you go abroad, that number would switch. And as long as you stay logged in periodically from the new location and avoid ANY logins from your home.
You will be ALL good.
But for your peace of mind you can let CS know, but that is optional.
Hope I was able to shed some light on this.