Gig sabotage / impersonating


#1

Hello guys,



We have reported this to support but there has been no help from them yet,



SO I decided to share this here, kindly take a look at:

http://fiverr.com/fragglesrcok



It’s my girlfriend’s gig and she is doing great so far, and then several sellers decided to sabotage her gig by opening something like this: http://fiverr.com/fragglesrock



The impersonator said in the description:

Currently not receiving anymore new projects, PLEASE DO NOT immediately order without discussing it first with me. Will accept new projects after approximately a month, I will send notice for everyone who has sent me a message when I’m ready. I may miss a few messages, so please re-send me a message for an update. :slight_smile:



From what I assume he is trying to throw false information and confuse our potential buyers, by saying they are not accepting projects for A MONTH and re send messages to him instead to the real gig seller, yuribelle. The gigs even show up on the same page with search hit result or main page sometimes. And he even make sure that the fake gig has 2 thumbs up review.



Is this kind of practice allowed on fiverr? I guess not, so why is it still up? It’s been several months now lol.

Let us know what do you think about this guys!



Regards



Sheriff’s Note: Calling out other users is not allowed. You can report suspicious gigs directly to Customer Support.


#2

I’ve seen his named around in other rant threads, apparently he’s a real piece of work, this one.


#3

Reply to @kjblynx: huh! today i learned, i guess XD thanks for letting me know!


#4

Fragglesrock is a piece of work :wink: