Would this get me in trouble?
A while ago, I created a travel writing gig. It was very different to my existing writing gigs and priced considerably higher. Sadly, I had the worst luck with my first buyer. They left a 3-star review and stated something which was untrue in that review.
I don’t want to go into detail about why the review was unjustified, but it was. Imagine someone asking you to write an article about Cuba, before complaining that you haven’t mentioned anything about Mexico. - That kind of thing.
I did get another buyer on this gig. They were great to work with. However, they left a review at the time of the dreaded 4.7 star review bug. In this case, I just decided to cut my losses and pause the gig.
Lately, I have had quite a lot of orders on my other writing gigs for travel-based content. In this case, I am considering creating a new travel writing gig. I won’t reactivate the old one, I’d create something completely new. I’d be doing this as I doubt a gig with just 2 reviews, one of which is awful, is going to get sales. The only question is, would Fiverr interpret this as review manipulation?