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Thr buyer is not accepting my delivery

A delivery buyer of my work is not accepting, despite the fact that I submitted before the specified time, what should I do now. Please help me.

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What do you mean by “not accepting?” Is the buyer requesting revision?

The buyer is asking me to submit, I have submitted but he is not accepting yet. I texted him a few times later but he was not replying

You don’t appear to have an order in the queue. Did the buyer place and pay for an actual order?

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If you mean he isn’t marking your order as done, there is nothing you can do about that. It will auto-complete in 3 days.

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Thanks for the important info

Deliver your work. If the buyer not accept your order, then the order will be automatically marked as complete. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Thanks for letting me know

It will auto complete in 3 days.

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Suggest you read the Terms of Service at the bottom of the Fiverr main page.

Everything is explained there in great detail.

Everyone needs to read the Terms of Service before buying or selling anything on Fiverr.

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There is no point in repeating previous posts.

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Don’t worry. It will auto complete in 3 days.

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@dev_morsed This is the 3rd time this has been repeated!

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Thank you @meldawn9, your answer was helpful and the :1st_place_medal: reply that said It (the order) will auto-complete in 3 days.

Then:

Why do members who use the Fiverr Forum often not bother to see if the correct answer has been given before they repeat it? :thinking: I have better things to do than read the same old, same old! :wink:

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Perhaps some (so called) guru has advised that “posting” on the forum will somehow get you sales.

Of course this “being active” on the forum is a ridiculous Fiverr myth!

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Maybe they didn’t read the entire thread and instead are just trying to help @lloydsolutions, it doesn’t help that you have as many posts in between their posts as the posters double posting combined…

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Why? Are they lazy?

They would help more by reading the entire thread to see if the “help” they intend to give has already been given!

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Or maybe if there weren’t so many posts in between stating the obvious multiple times “they” wouldn’t post the same thing over and over again , while “he” is playing moderation games.

Should you multi post the same comment? NO!.. Should you make a new post every time someone does a multi-post and plays “Moderator”?.. Definitely Not!

Finally, “you” should not be so quick to judge as you read but you do not “process” what the other person is saying and only stick to a one sided meta that may in the end be a boon to the “them”, the very people “you” are trying to stop. Feel free to debate “me” on this. By the way emphasis is given with quotation marks , not brackets.

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The parenthesis—I used no brackets [ ]—around “they” was not for emphasis. When I quoted part of what you said, it needed the “they” to make sense.

Also, to show emphasis, a writer should use italics. Quotation marks around a word mean sarcasm or irony. I meant neither when I put parenthesis around the word “they.”

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