These are very specific things to keep in mind. When a post is immediately off-course and is flagged, it may be removed at the discretion of staff and moderators. This does not mean controversial discussion isn’t allowed, but it should be civil. When a post is useful but seems to be heading in a direction that doesn’t fit the communication suggestions here, the thread may be closed by staff/moderators.
"The Fiverr Forum is where the vibrant community of buyers and sellers can get together to share thoughts, insights, answer questions and just connect with each other."
"Fiverr won’t tolerate abusive behavior, such as members bullying or harassing other members."
"Inappropriate Behavior & Language - Communication on Fiverr should be friendly, constructive, and professional. Fiverr condemns bullying, harassment, and hate speech towards others. We allow users a medium for which messages are exchanged between individuals, a system to rate orders, and to engage on larger platforms such as our Community Forum and Social Media pages."
"Targeted Abuse - We do not tolerate users who engage in targeted abuse or harassment towards other users on Fiverr." (Moderator Note Here: This includes baiting other forum users to start a conflict. It also includes excessive mockery of users who are participating meaningfully and are not violating the ToS, rules or guidelines.)
Communication on Fiverr should be friendly, constructive, and professional. Fiverr condemns bullying, harassment, and hate speech towards others. Violation of our Terms of Service around these issues can result in having your account put on hold or even permanently disabled. (Moderator Note: Communication INCLUDES forum posts and forum PM’s.)
Violations of the rules and guidelines can result in lowered forum access (losing forum levels) to short term or long term suspensions.
These quotes come from the following which are current as of April 2017:
Please take care to check out the forum rules and general guidelines. Violations of the rules and guidelines can result in lowered forum access (losing forum levels) to short term or long term suspensions.