Is it common practice for fiverr to automatically watermark the artwork of customers, and then when that customer wants more work done on this work, reimaging for a better quality print, the seller finds that he cannot work on these because they appear to belong to someone else?
Watermarking the work of other people with your own WM could be considered to be theft and fraud. I was unaware that fiverr did this, with me now discovering that completed and pad for work, in advance, turns out to be useless to me for print use, yet this artwork is mine.
fiverr rarely respond, and when they do II have noted that they try and blame the seller, who was not at fault in this case. In this open post, I inform Fiverr that there must be a reply to this within 24 hours and an agreement that the seller will complete the work, including the watermark, as they have offered to do.
The sellers on here are great, but I am beginning to question the credibility of fiverr.