Thanks for the attached forum threads.
However, I apologize for the lack of clarity in my earlier messages I think I was talkin about something a little different
In the message you were referring to, I was talking about the specific case vickiespencer had mentioned… where she was wondering if 5r would seek legal action against the seller (if the seller decides to quit 5r with a negative balance) even if, for no fault of theirs, they had a negative balance due to a CB they’d experienced.
And, I said, for the $400, it might not be worth the money for 5r to hire a lawyer and file a lawsuit against the seller (cuz it might cost them more than $400 just for the court case).
However, if the money involved was more than 5K (for example), then I was wondering if it would then be worth it for Fiverr to sue such sellers (if at all seeking legal action against such sellers were even possible, which Vickie thinks might be possible).