Thank you for commenting.
I was only given a short space to review the seller’s work. Unfortunately, that meant I could not add what I feel are important details.
I did not name the seller or intend for them to be identified. But I guess anyone can search public profiles.
The relevant seller had an open gig. The seller indicated they knew how to pause gigs, etc. Shortly after I ordered, I received a message indicating the seller was too busy to do the job, was booked through February, didn’t work weekends, etc.
Immediately thereafter, I offered to cancel or extend the deadline… by TWO MONTHS. At no point did the seller take that opportunity.
Instead, the seller delivered. Unfortunately, the seller admitted repeatedly delivering a gig that was substantially different than what I ordered. Not only that, but I sent the seller screenshots of where they misspelled very easy words, such as spelling repetitive “repetative.”
There were objective issues I wanted to resolve privately. I didn’t want to leave a bad review. I wanted to explain why I felt the job wasn’t performed well so that maybe it could be resolved.
I never asked for a refund. The seller later indicated they’d given me my money back, which I also can prove is an outright lie. I did at that point ask for it back.
I told the seller I valued their time. I told them the price was worth their time. I never wanted anything free.
I’m sorry we both had the experience, but I do have screenshots and whatnot to prove my case. I had a bad experience and left an honest review- which I went to some lengths to avoid doing.
I tried to cancel when they said they were busy. I tried to give them MONTHS extra to do the job. I mean, if you’re too busy to do a gig, I feel like it’s not unreasonable to ask for the gig to be paused.
I didn’t mean for this to lead into a discussion of our cases. I just got a bad review that is demonstrably false.
The seller said they refunded me. They did not. I did not even ask for them to until after they lied in that review, which can be shown via time-stamped messages.