Fiverr buyers are in for great deals! Who doesn’t? It is a normal thing, and i myself have always wanted to work with great people.
As a seller, my aim is to deliver the best and get the full reward. Many sellers are also like that - they give you nothing but the best. However, there are countless sellers here on Fiverr who knows nothing about copyright violations.
As a buyer, your purpose of using Fiverr might be to get the best at the cheapest cost. Of course, many people are using Fiverr to outsource their work. if everything is legit, you don’t have anything to worry about even if the seller agree to do your work for free. However, unfortunately, i have seen a couple of sellers who violate copyright of other people’s product/services.
Why am putting up this is to alert buyers who might not use the product/services they get but deliver it to their clients. If you’re here to outsource work, make sure that you know what the seller is up to.
One of the thing you should worry about is the “cost of getting your work done”. If you know that your project is worth $50 and a seller agree to do it for $5, make sure that you know what exactly the seller is giving you. For instance, a seller might agree to do it for $5 because they already do the same work for someone in the past, and would just deliver the same work to you. If that happens, the seller has violated the copyright of previous buyer, except they stated in their gigs that they deliver the same service/product to multiple buyers. There are other instances as well, but i can’t list everything here.
If you’re not sure about the copyright of what sellers offer you, make sure you ask so that you’ll be free to use your product anywhere without issue.