To advertise yourself as something or to deliver something is one thing, but this issue is not far short of false advertising. I grant you that most of these gigs are indeed ridiculously low and one should not expect the world for such a low price. But come on, it comes to something when I could do a logo, painted by numbers and still come up with a product far better that the rubbish that I was sent, and thought they were doing me a favour by completing the gig in under 5 instead of the advertised 12 hours.
Being an expert in Photoshop for a good number of years, I thought that I would outsource this “logo” work to relieve some of the work-load which I found myself in. Waste of time. Then, the provider wanted me to change my negative review to a positive one. Are you for real?
Needless to say, an ongoing dispute is underway with Fiverr Support, who have asked me to negotiate with the provider for an amicable resolve. I have done, twice. I don’t call that negotiating, I call it passing the buck!