One improvement I suggest, is for fiverr to add a phone number for seller support or a better method of communicating before they deny a gig that has been active for months based on a third party claiming that what I had infringed… here’s the funny part. The art was owned by me, the trademark of the company is owned by me, and my company is owned by me… I do not understand how I could be infringing on my own intellectual property…
- get a phone number
- get better service
- research before going about on any decision
- Contact the seller before decision with at least a 3 day wait.
- treat your sellers better. They get you money, whether you forget how your site gains it’s revenue or not. We make Fiverr successful. So offering better services to address issues will be a great start.
If anyone else has experienced this, and would like to inform me on how to go about fixing it or finding out who falsely complained about my intellectual property…I would be grateful to know.