Most of my buyers realize that, when mistakes are made on their end, they need to rectify it - be it paying more for an article or adding to the deadline or both. However, on occasion, there are buyers who, for whatever reason, fail to do this. I don’t know why; don’t care to know why. Here’s what I do know - in the past, I’d send them a cancellation request.
Fiverr’s new evaluation system got me to thinking about these buyers. So, here’s what I did.
I’ll do half of what he paid for and send it on. Yes, there is that possibilty that he’ll come and leave a negative review but it will be my response that blows his out of the water. I had already sent the buyer two requests to satisfy the word count and deadline (those were ignored or overlooked because he was ONLINE after I sent them). I reached out four times to get his attention.
I rewrote half of his article for the $5 he paid and sent it on, advising him if he’d like me to continue, he needed to pay the full amount requested.
Will it work or will my efforts be in vain?
Time will tell!