Hi yall! I want to share my fresh experience with Fiverr.
Not so long time ago (about a week or so) I created account for trying to sell my pics on Fiverr. I’m a digital artists and make anime portraits and characters in general.
I uploaded 4 or 5 gigs (all not a copy of each other) all with different services of drawing I could provide and patiently waited for customers to come. I updated some info on them from time to time, switched pics to make my gigs more good looking for searching. And seems like it was ok till this moment.
Today I got an email from Fiverr that one of my gigs was “non-original” content and they removed it from their platform. It was surprise for me. And just right a minute later I got an email that my account was disabled for exact same reason (: Said that I was shocked - say nothing.
I’m pro-artist for a YEARS now, and this pictures I used 100% came out of my hand. I know what is plagiarism and all this jazz, and I clearly know what is intellectual property. To be deleted because of that reason is something new and hilarious for me.
I wrote to Fiverr’s support and currently waiting for their answer, but I’m already have questionate their competence. They considered original content as plagiarism (or what idk) w/o asking any proofs and just deleted a whole dang account thing. I almost sure that some person did this by they own hands and that’s why: in email they wrote my nickname with error. So it wasn’t just a copy past respond.
So the question is, how Fiverr handle this type of issues? And If it is OK for Fiverr to delete any content THEY consider “non-original” w/o asking any proofs from actual artist? Like what the heck? =D
Can someone clarify what to expect? Should I just re-open new account? Or just drop this thing for my own sake?