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My gig is removed

My gig is removed by the Fiverr community. please suggest to me how I fix the problem? A few days ago someone (a buyer) give me an order which was fake. mean before place an order he tells me something else for order but he ordered something else. So I can’t do that work. I think for that he reports on my gig. What can I do now?


You should create a new gig.And you should read fiverr policy for a seller. That’s very helpfull you for ignore feature unexpected problems.

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create a new gig with appropriate seo, good description.

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You probably received an email or notification from Fiverr with the reason why your gig was removed.


yes. Fiverr says for Third party TOS violation my gig was removed

So there is nothing to do with the buyer. Your gig was violating the TOS, that is why it was removed.

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Gigs can only contain content that the seller created or has the rights to use commercially.

A third party ToS violation means something in your gig can or was claimed by someone else as being their content or intellectual property.

That’s not possible because I had written my gig content. I don’t copy it.

Well, something triggered it.

“Content” is not limited solely to text. It could be the gig images, sound, or video as well.

I used my picture on the image of the gig. how someone else can claim it? really don’t understand what’s wrong?

These are some of the prohibited services on Fiverr under the “Third Party violation” category :point_down:t2:

Services that Infringe third parties’ Terms Of Service

We do not allow the infringement of third parties’ terms of service on Fiverr. As a valued member of the Fiverr community, we ask you to respect the broader Internet community and refrain from such violations in your Gig offerings. Gigs that will be flagged for violations of third parties terms of service will be removed from the marketplace.

Do not post, offer, or ask for services that infringe third parties’ terms of service.

Misleading Services

Do not post, offer, or ask for:

Paid reviews

Positive or negative feedback on any product, service, or performance.


A written or spoken statement of a person extolling the virtues of a product or a service.

Fake engagement and traffic

Followers, traffic, visitors, fans, views on social media platforms, or any other fake engagement on any platform.


Deepfakes are created using artificial intelligence technology that superimposes the movements and words of one person onto another.

Services that promise outcomes that are not in your control

In certain instances, sellers may be tempted to promise outcomes of their service which is not in their control. For example, guaranteeing to restore your Amazon account or promising an exact amount of viewers for a Youtube video by its digital promotion. Please refrain from promising outcomes that are not in your control because it misleads buyers.


Oops. I mistook third party ToS claim for a content/copyright claim. Still need to wake up. :sleeping:

But a copyright claim can also result in gig removal (and probably whole account termination).