Fiverr does not systematically move anything except spam, actually. Large amount of external spam are sometimes produced by bots and they hit the forums in the hundreds, so Fiverr dev has to constantly work to try to stay ahead of them and sometimes that still doesn’t work, since it’s very hard to stay ahead of programs that can generate posts in high numbers. Other than that, Fiverr staff have very little to do with the forum.
There are volunteers are the forum who are also sellers and they take their own valuable time to try to help manually remove spam that gets missed, They also move posts to other categories and it’s not always easy to decide which ones go where. Many of the “warnings” posted have forum rules violations in them (usernames posted or name-calling) or references to certain countries or ethnicity and those don’t belong in Tips. It is a courtesy to keep them on the forum somewhere, and more people probably read the Ranting Pot than the Tips for Buyers category just because they know that complaints and rants are often similar. They aren’t systematically moved, they are manually moved by these same volunteers that could be making money on their own gigs instead of helping on the forum.
I can’t imagine why you would think that these volunteers are doing something for money when they could be losing money spending time to help out. I think it’s very harsh to make accusations. You claim that these moves happen but that “they are less active when it comes to banning scammers and cheaters.” Admins/Mods don’t have the power or access to ban anyone from Fiverr. We are extremely active in banning forum spammers. I know each admin and moderator has spent sleepless hours banning spammers from the forum just to help the community. Only Customer Support can do more than that.
I don’t know what exactly you are so upset about, but please don’t take it out on people who are trying to help. I don’t see any sign that you have been banned from the forum. If you find that a post of yours has been moved you can contact Customer Support to ask about it and they can find out what happened. Other than that, if you have complaints about scammers you can also send those to Customer Support but the volunteer forum team can’t control what they decide. If you post something on the forum that gets moved or even removed, it isn’t personal. If you do plan to continue to bash Fiverr staff or the forum team, I would suggest you do it somewhere else.