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Irrelevant to the marketplace GIG denied

My boath gigs were denied from fiverr. I can’t understand the reason I completed few orders nicely but now both gigs were denied. They said “Irrelevant to the marketplace - It seems your Gig is not appropriate for the Fiverr marketplace. We suggest that you do some research on the Fiverr platform to see what type of Gigs are offered and in demand by our buyers.”
How can I know the reason for the denied and can I take my gigs back or not.?

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Basically, I do funny and interesting videos

The above is from your profile description.

Check out this post: All Gigs denied for a further explanation as to why Fiverr is removing such gigs.

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That is it then, Fiverr wants to be a site that has more professional offerings. They do not want to be known as a place to buy funny videos, especially after the YouTube debacle.

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I can’t clearly recall anything right now but I think entertainment content of the novelty kind (“funny” videos, “I will do what you want” videos, etc.) is prohibited on Fiverr.

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That is what I remember too.

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@vickiespencer @mattboa

Then this is not that?


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Thank you guys i got the point. The reason is about fun noh. Then is that ok wearing a mask in videos.

I just found level 1 sellers using phrases like “funny custom message and funny birthday video” in their gig descriptions but unfortunately am the unlucky guy

I think the sexy ones are flaggable!

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@vickiespencer he is on Fiverr for 5 years from 2015 with the same GIGs, "1000+ orders completed. ZERO negative reviews. 100% happy customers! "

It was one of my first discovering on Fiverr 4 years ago, together with Jesus.

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Yes, I have seen him.

Maybe he does not genuinely say “anything you want” like the sellers in the YouTube fiasco! I wish I could remember the name of the YouTuber, but he bought a gig on Fiverr from a group of men who dressed up in grass skirts and danced in the jungle. They would hold up signs that said whatever the buyer asked. What he had them display on his signs was terrible.

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it was Pewdiepie! that whole video was terrible. Those guys lost their gigs and were asking him to help them get it back.

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Ye, that was his name. I was trying to remember it. I felt sorry for the fellow who lost their gig. I think PewdiePie may have taken advantage of their lack of understanding of English. It was after that when Fiverr started removing those kinds of gigs. But it appears some are making a comeback. :thinking:

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The Viral Videos category has a plethora of sellers offering wacky/funny/unusual video recordings. I highly doubt there is a restriction against humorous content, but offering a gig to “do whatever you want” on video is far too vague and can potentially insinuate TOS violating content.

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Hope you get your answers.

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@enunciator @zunairramzan @nikitand @mattboa @vickiespencer @marinapomorac Thank you for your well-known information. I understand the point. Thank you all