applause Good for you and your chunk o’ change. You better hope that doesn’t get chargebacked either – chargebacks can occur months later! Even if you transfer your funds into your Paypal account, they can still be taken back!
Honestly, the idea that you’re doing work at this level on Fiverr sounds rather dubious. Either you’re posting falsely regarding your earnings in attempts to make yourself look better (which makes no sense, as it is sellers and not buyers who read a majority of the forum), or you’re actually working at such a high level and taking massive, unintelligent risks by trying to make a 75k order on Fiverr. Even at Level 2, your highest price is 10k, so you’d still have to do multiple gigs.
The sellers here are trying to prevent your naivety from biting your arse so hard you’ll be standing for weeks. TRS and Level 2 sellers who have been here for a while and KNOW the troubles that can occur with Fiverr are all correct. Be suspicious of huge orders – that’s not what Fiverr is for! Be suspicious of new buyers who want big orders – you don’t know if you’ll actually get paid.
Now maybe we’re all wrong and you spend the next month making a 75k order in tiny $325 chunks (you’ll get up to level 1 and have that jump to $1500 soon), and so you’ll see a lovely 60k this month. Great, good on you. Hope it works out and you have a fantastic time. But it sounds way too good to be true and like we’ll see you on the forums in a few weeks asking why Fiverr won’t defend you when you worked so hard and your buyer got allllll their money back.
Other places on the internet have a different escrow system and less issues with chargebacks. Maybe you should consider working there for such high orders u(not that you can suggest that to this buyer, as that’s against the TOS). The idea of Fiverr is that if you lose your money, it was so little that it barely matters and you can move on with your life.
You’ve stated you didn’t know Fiverr couldn’t handle big jobs – apparently you didn’t read the Terms of Service and that means you don’t really know what you’re doing here and all the intricacies and ways you can mess up. Perhaps your buyer didn’t do their research either and you’re a pair of nubile ignoramuses trying to make it work in good faith. But more than likely you’ve got a buyer who is just taking advantage of you.