Tips are for Fiverr or the Seller?


#1

Dear friends

I am a professional musician, I have over 140 CDs recorded and produced by me, I’m Fiverr user almost two years, and whenever I get a tip the Fiverr applies a tax that I do not agree.
I think the tip should be full to the seller because the Fiverr has received 20% of the work performed.
I would like Fiverr not apply any tax on tips
What do you think?

Giovani Goulart
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#2

First, Fiverr has explained that the commission on tips is only there to avoid abuse of the tip function. There are dozens of posts explaining it as well, so I won’t repeat it, but the only option besides paying the commission (that Fiverr has earned many times over) is to not have tips at all. I would much rather have 80% of a tip than 0% of a tip.

Second, the forum rules do not allow for your promotion of an off-Fiverr website so your link must be removed.


#3

I WANT MY $1!!!

I think you haven’t thought this through.


#4

If they removed the ‘commission’ on the tips, people would be asking for payment in tips.

I don’t know why having 140 CDs is relevant.


#5

Maybe if you are great enough you should get 100% of the tip but not if you are just a regular guy?


#6

I think you do not you understood the question, but thanks for your opinion … helped me to clarify


#7

I did not say that missing discussions on this subject … but Fiverr could manage it otherwise. Thank you for give forth your opinion


#8

Thank you for having given your opinion


#9

Regarding the number of CDs that have worked, if you are not realized, the intention is to show that I have a lot of experience and I know other platforms working online. This is not relevant.

Thank you for having given your opinion