Okay, I’m not sure if I understood this – I’m not sure what you mean by “are depriving of”. I assume you find it unethical for the sellers (who has lot of jobs) to outsource from other sellers (usually those cheaper ones).
You are free to feel that way but that’s how a lot of things have been playing out – not only in Fiverr but also in other businesses in the world. Although it’s a bit different from what we’re discussing here, a lot of big brands re-package things they purchased way cheaper somewhere else or they outsource labor where it’s cheaper.
Most likely the original buyer (not the middleman seller you mean) wanted to purchase from someone who is more established (more reviews, level seller, etc.)
Unfair? Maybe, everyone will have their own opinion regarding that. I personally think it’s great that someone purchased from new sellers, that way they can build up their brand too and later on adjust their pricing to that similar of the originally established ones.
Do note even new sellers or anyone in general can choose to not sell “cheap” so the chances of them getting outsourced are lesser, but to build up your company/brand, you’ve got to start somewhere – if that means starting out with cheaper prices so be it. That’s business and you’ve got to roll with it.
I don’t think so. Maybe, but it’s more likely that the buyer would still look for someone as established as the first one he was originally supposed to purchase from (assuming the first established seller refuses to take the job because he has too many orders at hand)
If you don’t want someone to outsource from you or you feel that it is unethical then you have the right to that choice.