My apologies. I meant seller. I have corrected my word choice in my original comment.
Like I said, that’s not Fiverr’s responsibility. You have the ability to research your own choice of seller before you choose to contact or hire them. Consumers do this in the real world, why wouldn’t you be required to do the same as a buyer here on the global freelance market that is Fiverr?
Fiverr vets all Pro Sellers, and they review every single gig (mostly to weed out rule- breakers) before they are allowed into the search results.
I’m sorry to hear that. Perhaps you are not doing a thorough enough job researching sellers. It’s not hard to find the great sellers, as long as your willing to look beyond the surface. The bad sellers tend to stand out like a sore thumb – i.e., terrible grammar, images stolen from the internet, representing themselves with photos of celebrities and pretty girls (also stolen from the internet), etc. All of these things can be researched on your end. You just have to be willing to do a little leg work.