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Can i recreate a fiverr account after deactivation my current account?

Yes. If you properly deactivate your previous account and then create one new, than it is okay. It doesnt voilate any fiverr policies.
I once asked to change my username for personal reasons and they told me to delete and deactivate this account and create a new one and i did.

So as long as you are not trying to pull any scam, you are fine.

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Customer Support is there to support its customers! If they have an issue, or an enquiry, or are unsure of how to go about doing something, they can support you. That’s why its called Customer Support. So, if you wanted to be clear on something, why wouldn’t you? Also, you’re being incredibly rude and disrespectful.

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Go ahead, flood them with BS then. If the terms of service (that every seller should read and understand fully) explain something, it’s a waste of time to go to CS. If people ask a question with a clear answer in the forums, why send them to CS? It’s inefficient, a waste of resources.

Also, that’s, like, your opinion man.

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Customer support is there for a reason. And also, you were being rude.

And…that is quite rude. Everyone is normally wrong- but I guess that you are always right, aren’t you?

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No. But I (and a group of other users here who know what they are doing) are way more right way more times than most that post here.

I keep seeing completely wrong advice posted again and again and again (be online 24/7, promote your gig on social media, send 10 buyer request daily, etc. etc. etc.), and it becomes very annoying. So yeah, I’m blunt. The majority of people on the forum have no clue. Yet they insist on giving copy pasted advice. It’s grating.

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And what makes you think that other people don’t find your advice the exact same way?

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My advice works, I don’t mindless copy and paste and, most importantly, I have the results to back it up. I speak from experience, unlike the hordes of people parroting the same bad advice on “how to success on Fiverr” while having 0 reviews on $5 gigs.

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You’re full of yourself aren’t you. Your advice is best, you have results to back it up, most other people are wrong, other people don’t have a clue.

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That’s where you are mistaken. It’s not that I’m so good, it’s that many others are so very bad. There are multiple users on the Forum that know what they are saying as well or better than me. The problem is that the meksells are a majority.

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Time to let it go, both of you.

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I was simply responding to messages addressed to me. I didn’t attack the user in question at any point.

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@visualstudios thank you very much

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@syedzeeshan7860 thank you

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