Thank you very much for your response.
I had earlier stumbled upon the link you just shared when I searched the forum to see if anyone had a similar experience.
I think they allow more than one attempt where an image is not clear or something of that nature. Truly i tried the verification just once, and a few minutes later I got a mail notifying me of my disabled account.
I recall that I had a friend whose account was disabled after he tried to verify his ID, reason being that he misled the community (which was indeed true) and that was stated the mail he received.
In my case, my profile reflects who I am, I had no fears at all going through the verification process, I was only shocked to receive a mail that my account had been disabled for violating TOS.
The last time which was the first time I ever received a TOS warning was over 6 months ago.
Here’s what CS replied me:
I understand how upsetting that must be when the account gets disabled.
You may not create a false identity on Fiverr, misrepresent your identity, create a Fiverr profile for anyone other than yourself (a real person), or use or attempt to use another user’s account or information; your profile information, including your description, skills, location, etc., while may be kept anonymous, must be accurate and complete and may not be misleading, illegal, offensive or otherwise harmful.
Upon further review on your account with our Trust and Safety team, we are sorry to inform you that your account has been permanently disabled and will not be reinstated due to misrepresentation of yourself. Please refer to this link outlining our Terms of Service.
If you have funds available in your Fiverr account, please contact us 90 days after the date on which you received notification that your account was disabled, and we will gladly assist you.