Yes, it’s about how you define spam. I thought spam is when you send unwanted advertising. That a serious business cooperation offer could be considered as spam was new to me. Most sellers are good people, looks like I chose the one out of thousand.
Here’s more detail on the delivery: for that order I did several revisions. It was when I sent a logo via chat attachment (not via deliver button) when the buyer did not respond anymore. Then the delivery time was due in a few hours. Therefore I delivered the logo that was sent previously via chat attachment using the delivery button. Because I thought that the buyer then could either accept the delivery or request another revision. In the delivery message I told the buyer that I had to deliver because the delivery time was ending and if he doesn’t like my work he should request another revision. But what happened was a notifiication that the order got cancelled by customer support and I got a TOS violation for misuse of the delivery button. I assume what happened was that the buyer contacted cs to cancel the order because he didn’t want my services anymore (because he requested quite some revisions and I feel like he was not satisfied with my work). Then CS would look at the order and quickly read the delivery message and maybe read about “i had to deliver because the delivery time ended”. Maybe that’s why cs thought I misused the delivery button, but I did not since the attached work was complete. What’s really annoying about this is that cs responded with “there’s nothing we can do” when I tried to solve the issue.