Back when I was a Level Two seller, life was good. When I got donked down to a Level 0 because of a completely inaccurate response rating (I responded to at least 99% of messages from potential new clients, including spam, but hey, who’s counting), I said, “Meh.” When Fiverr removed an editing gig because they claimed I was using it to help students (which I have never, ever done), I tried to argue but in the end, said “Meh.” When they denied a new gig with an extremely clever title, I said, “Meh.” When they denied me from posting a buyer’s request for some reason I can’t recall, I said, “Meh.”
When I got “promoted” (still laughing at this one) to a Level One, a client congratulated me and I said, “Thank you and, Meh.”
Friends, I can “Meh” no more. Over the past thirty days I have had at least five students order my gigs to get me to write thesis papers, essays, and research papers. I immediately requested mutual cancellations on every one of them because I am a good little Fiverr. Now I see my cancellation rate is stupidly high. I had posted in my profile that I don’t do this work, but hey, the future doctors and architects of tomorrow can’t read, I suppose. I have recently gone through all of my gigs to specify that I don’t do academic work.
I cannot imagine hiring someone to write my school work papers! These lawyers to-be have hurt my completion rate with their antics.
Ok, one more…“MEH!!!”