Well, it goes both ways.
There are some great buyers and sellers, and plenty on both sides who have unrealistic expectations.
Some buyers expect everything to be cheap and buy primarily on price alone.
Some sellers under price their gigs, hoping you’ll purchase some of their extras. (Because their basic gig is a break even or lose money based on the time it takes.) They will cancel because they aren’t losing anything when that happens, they weren’t going to make much anyway.
Prices will go up as more quality sellers join the marketplace. There will always be bargains, but the quality sellers aren’t going to give everything away at below market prices. If you go someplace else, you’ll probably pay more, and if invest a bit more on Fiverr and get the more experienced sellers, you still get a bargain compared to most other options. Just don’t expect something for nothing.
Just the newer, inexperienced sellers will play that “I’m cheap, look at me” game for a while.
You CAN find some killer bargains here… When I started I was cheap but I had years in my category before Fiverr, but knew I had to get to level 2 or so before I could start raising prices… That lasted about 2 months for me, it’s more or less for others. On the other hand, there are plenty of cheap sellers because they are new in their category, and will work cheap to gain some experience.
Those sellers often can’t provide a great product, but they are cheap and some buyers find that attractive.
Sometimes you have to invest a little bit more to find the higher quality sellers. Just life in the open markets.