It’s good that you appreciate the essence of Fiverr: easy leads.
Caveat venditor/emptor though–if it goes wrong, a nightmare is not far away. If you come from a background of lead gen, it’s not that bad. Although the profits are massively decreased. But the ease more than balances it out for me and many others (ignore the clueless idiots who stalk the forums). CS is generally helpful, so I disagree with @matureactress on a few things/
That said, the corporate side has horrendous ratings and you may want to pause for thought considering that some key employees have jumped ship. But if you’re just here for $5 and easy leads… go for it. There are easier ways. Fiverr wants to lock you down in their ecosystem. Unlike many others, there is no payoff (e.g. $1000 so you can take a trusted repeat b/s offsite and both save money). You will not get a second chance. Fiverr is efficient at weeding out harmful people for their profits and fixing issues where an overworked CS is presented with a glaringly obvious solution. Otherwise, f you.
Do not make (or allow) Fiverr (to be) a large part of your income. It’s not that Fiverr can be unreliable, it’s a freelance sickness. But I guess you already have a handle on that re: control.
Fiverr is a bit like an awful relative you can’t just kick. It remains a useful tool. For fun, read other posts in this forum from the desperate who want advice and realize that’s your competition: non-existent dumbasses who won’t read this because they don’t read.
The algo is gefickt as they say auf Deutsch, btw.