Fiverr isn’t an ideal set for shipped goods although it can be done. It’s difficult since it might take more than a month to ship overseas and you can’t wait that long to mark it as delivered. You can always test it out, though I don’t think I’ve seen an extremely successful gig that requires physical shipping. Who knows?
I don’t think Fiverr specifies what you have to do. It’s tricky. If you mark it as delivered when you ship it and the order auto-completes in 3 days before the item arrives, a buyer could get upset that they haven’t received an item yet. If they panic they might leave a negative review or ask to cancel the order. If you wait until the item arrives, you’d have to either trust the buyer to be honest about the item arrival or you’d have to use a delivery method with a tracking number. A signature would be even more secure. The fancier the shipping system, the more expensive it is.
I’ve thought about offering a free shipped item as a bonus to a digital delivery so that I can mark it delivered when I send the digital item but also mail an item to the buyer as a bonus. I am not sure if Fiverr would allow that, though.
That’s good info!
@wooden_fish mostly answered this, but to add clarity, the Terms of Service says that the buyer owns all the rights unless you specify otherwise. Typical buyers expect to own at least all the personal rights and not have duplicates of the time delivered to other people, so you need to be really precise in your wording if you plan to send the same digital item to multiple buyers. It can be done, with care.
Many sellers offer the personal rights for free but they charge extra if the buyer wants commercial rights. That way the buyer is supposed to pay extra if they want to resell the design. The only tough part about this is that it is hard to enforce.