It’s painful watching someone trying to ski uphill, that’s not how gravity works.
Here’s my final two cents on it:
Crunchbase lists all the core players at Fiverr
Micha Kaufman Chief Executive Officer
Gali Gelber Director of Trust and Safety
They’re on LinkedIn and twitter too, this isn’t stalking (like someone advised yesterday in a different thread) rather a more accurate means of getting your message into the right inboxes, as all other options have seemingly been expired.
Try skiing down the hill, rather than up it.
Have you emailed micha@ - got to be worth a shot? If that bounces try micha.kaufman@ and other permutations.
Working with gravity might help. All you’ve done so far is work against it.
However, there’s the chance that you’ll get some attention from the top, they’ll look into you and your conduct, only to see you’ve stalked CS for weeks over this and they could side with their decision.
If that doesn’t work for you, you need to get the hell over it and move on.
Try going from the top down to see what happens with gravity on your side.
Real life story:
I once had to email info@ board@ directors@ and several others which I made up to get in contact with someone at PayPal: within an hour of sending that mail I had a Director pick up the phone to call me, a week later paper contracts had been signed, a fortnight later we were the first merchant to do a live PayPal transaction on the mobile web, and a month after that I was presenting to PayPal’s US and UK development teams at an event in London about “the future of the mobile web”.
Before that, I was trying to ski uphill, and was getting nowhere.
Always use gravity to your advantage.
(Worth more than 2 cents!)