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Signing Full commerical use license

A buyer asks me to create something similar to this and send it to him before he accepts the order. So Is this allow? I do know Fiverr disallows sharing personal info so, for the name can I just write my account user name?

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Fiverr ToS:

Gig Commercial Use License
By purchasing a “Commercial Use License” with your Gig Order, the Seller grants you a perpetual, exclusive, non-transferable, worldwide license to use the purchased delivery for Permitted Commercial Purposes. For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller retains all ownership rights. “Permitted Commercial Purposes” means any business related use, such as (by way of example) advertising, promotion, creating web pages, integration into product, software or other business related tools etc., and strictly excludes any illegal, immoral or defamatory purpose. This License is subject to Fiverr’s Terms of Service. There is no warranty, express or implied, with the purchase of this delivery, including with respect to fitness for a particular purpose. Neither the Seller nor Fiverr will be liable for any claims, or incidental, consequential or other damages arising out of this license, the delivery or your use of the delivery.

It’s already written in the ToS. If they buy commercial rights, they have commercial rights. There isn’t any need for this additional file. If it makes both buyer and the seller feel better, go ahead and ‘sign’ with your username.

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I agree with @imagination7413. Also, though, if the buyer wants something like that he/she needs to draft it him or herself; the onus shouldn’t be on you to provide such things, and you wouldn’t want to set a pattern where you do, even if you don’t mind.

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But for my gig, I didn’t have the option of " commercial use license" or is it come along with the gig order? Or buyer have to pay extra to have the commercial use license

That’s something you’ll have to decide for yourself. You should probably make the choice before taking on this buyer, or offering any other service/good that might require it.

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