Gigs that you see on Fiverr’s main site (the things with pretty images, where people say “I will …”) are NOT buyer requests.
Gigs are like ads from sellers offering their service (as you should know because you should have read Fiverr’s Terms of Service when you registered your account):
Gigs® are services offered on Fiverr.
Services are things that sellers offer to do, not requests that buyers want you to do.
If you contact sellers without wanting to buy their Gig, you probably get blocked and perhaps even reported and warned or banned by Fiverr.
Don’t waste your and others’ time and first find out how Fiverr works, and only then use it.
Also, if you think that those “I will …” listings (Gigs) are requests from buyers, you probably should improve your English skills, and definitely not offer translation from or into English as a service.
Just in case, as Fiverr probably knows well why they put something as obvious as that into the Key Terms:
Buyers are users who purchase services on Fiverr.
Sellers are users who offer and perform services through Gigs or through the Logo Maker on Fiverr.
This, basically, means: buyers are people who buy, sellers are people who sell.
So, as Gigs (“I will…”) are put up by sellers, that means: do not contact sellers to buy from you/pay you, they are here to sell themselves.
If you’re looking for buyers (people who’ll buy from you), you can only find their requests by using the “Buyer Requests” feature.
Again, read the Terms of Service and make sure you understand them if you want to keep your account. Stay safe.
If you don’t understand how Fiverr works, read the articles in Fiverr’s Seller Help Center.
Reading doesn’t hurt . Getting banned does hurt .