'I will do a black magic TRS badge attraction spell'


#1

‘I will do a black magic TRS badge attraction spell’ – Does someone offer that?

I just passed my 2-year mark on Fiverr in March, and I’m getting kind of hopeful for that TRS badge :heart_eyes:

There are 25 sellers in my category who aren’t offering any “unique” services and they have the TRS badge. I’ve been a member longer and have more reviews than some of them. Plus, I was the first to offer the 5000 words pricing model, like I continue to do in combination with quality work.

I could start charging more for my services, but I like being an affordable option for budding authors and low-budget startups. However, I did add an in-depth option at the start of the year to cater to people who needed more things covered.

Is there a way to get the staff’s attention, or should I wait another two years and 3000-4000 reviews? :smile:


#2

Saw the title and clicked on it! :grinning:

I don’t think it’ll hurt to submit a request for The Editorial Team to review.
As for the spell… I’ve heard nice things about TRS Misscrystal, she probably could cook up something magical for you! :wink:


#3

@sydneymorgan

If you ever find a spell like that please let me know as I will need it also. :slight_smile:


#4

I am offering it, but once you order the spell might take about 1 year give or take, before it works.


#5

Who knows? Maybe there are some Fiverr team members lurking around in the forums and have access to some magic crystal badges.


#6

Please wait… your :telephone_receiver: is important to us. Thank you.

Cue: Holding :musical_note:


#7

… the only spell I know for that is:

Work hard, be polite at all times, give your best in every delivery and love what you do…

I bet it will work after a while, uh?..
,… and if not… who needs the badge?
You know what your work is worth, and your clients too… no badge can change that :slight_smile:


#8

How do I get in touch with the editorial team? I might give that a shot :smile:


#9

Through support, like a regular support ticket.


#10

Submit a :envelope_with_arrow: ticket to Customer Support ~ they’ll forward your request to the right people. :relaxed:

Edit - @thecreativeguys typed faster lol.


#11

I actually tried that this morning, and Gio (he’s always so nice!) said Customer Support didn’t have any say…I guess he didn’t want to forward it :disappointed: That’s why I thought maybe there was another place to email.

I got the canned response listing the requirements…hand picked by editors, unique service, bla bla bla.

Oh well, maybe one day :blush:


#12

Support is amazing though it can depend on who responds to your inquiry.

They WILL review your account and I remember seeing it somewhere that they may even consider - because sometimes they may have missed a “good” seller.

But now I’m coming to think, does TRS really come to every seller with several thousand reviews? I mean I’ve seen sellers with 300 reviews with the TRS badge. Anyway, back to the original message, I’d think about sending a follow-up message in 3-6 months!


#13

Thanks for the info! I will do that later in the year then…maybe 4700 reviews will be the lucky number. :slight_smile:


#14

If it is any consolation, I used to do over 100 orders a month when I was level 2 and was on the first page for articles and blog posts, in the top 3-4 rows. Now I get 20-30 orders a month, mostly from repeat buyers and am on the 5th/6th page. Sure I earn more because now my orders are bigger, but most of my buyers are repeat buyers, they don’t care whether I am TRS/level 1/2/3 whatever. They just want their work done.


#15

I will do black magic for a TRS, ayooo lol


#16

TRS seller seems like a huge mystery! And you know… if they want to hand pick TRSs - ok that’s fine- but give the rest of us a to do list. Tell us exactly what you are looking for. I would imagine it’s good for business to have top rated sellers. Not sure why it is such a mystery but when you ask CS about it - they won’t tell you anything.


#17

@phantompower You’re going to have to make that a sneaky custom offer! :smiley: Offering a gig that isn’t guaranteed to produce results within 30 days (or less) can be denied if someone complains. I think you’d get some complaints on yours! :urn: