I don’t know if anyone had the same experience but I’m baffled at the moment.
I just had the second gig I ever made denied due to being spam, misleading to customer or illegal. I’m lost for words.
The gig was up for 5 months and I had no bad reviews or complaints about it. On contrary, the buyer feedback was extremely positive.
If it truly was some sort of an illegal service I’m sure the system would have picked it up before and not after 5 months.
The customer service is trying to convince me that the gig is not in the fiverr’s editorial guidelines. I don’t know where I’ve gone wrong to be honest. I can list at least 10 gigs offering the exact same thing. One of them even has over 2000 purchases. But these are in the editorial guidelines somehow…
I’m really worried as the descriptions and the tone of the gig was pretty much the same as on all my gigs. Are my other gigs in jeopardy now?
Luckily the denied gig was not a big earner so I’ll just delete it and get it over with. But I’m still worried what might happen with my other gigs.
I always tried my best to present my services as a high quality work with outstanding integrity so buyers feel safe when working with me. According to my reviews I’m guessing I managed to accomplish that. And just when you think you’re doing everything ok the fiverr system fu**s you up…
If anyone wants to know the gig was for finding profitable niches for a niche site or an affiliate site. I also offered keyword research and affiliate offer research as an extra.
Anyone had a similar experience?
P.S. The only positive thing is that the speed of customer service is incredible. I guess it’s because I’m a level 2 seller. I never had any real problem with the platform so I’m really surprised how the support team is handling this matter.