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she asks you to go on her link and then tpe in your username and password

do not click on his/her link. phishing site

Sheriff’s Note: It is not cool (or allowed) to call out others on the Forum.

Uh oh, fragglesrock is back… (*)

Oh, dear. Maybe you haven’t been using the internet for very long. Honey, hackers and phishers are EVERYWHERE! And they or others just like them have been doing their dirty deeds for DECADES! They are the bane of the internet.

I’m glad you were smart enough not to give away your personal information. By sharing your story, you’ve reminded everyone that it is against Fiverr’s terms of service to communicate with other members off-site. Obviously, if you had fallen for this phishing attempt, Fiverr would not be able to help you at all! And I’m sure you reported this person to Customer Support, so their account can be banned, right?