I’ve noticed it based on my own experience, and read someone else complain about it. But I truly don’t understand why Fiverr’s system doesn’t remove an option of asking for revision/modification on a buyer’s side after they ran out of free revisions.
To me, it seems illogical and disrespectful towards sellers. It doesn’t even make sense to point out a number of free revisions in an offer if a buyer can just keep asking for modifications regardless. I believe that if they could hit the limit at some point, they would be more professional at the briefing stage and provide enough information in order to avoid all possible misunderstandings.
I am not saying that all buyers are like that, I am just saying that there’s quite a number of those who get pissed off when sellers ask for payment for additional revisions. And there’re cases where buyers refuse to pay and keep sending the order into revision/modification. This way seller ends up not getting paid. In the case when a customer forgets to ask for more revisions after 3 days, it would miraculously get closed, but then there’s always a high chance to get a bad review.
That’s why I really don’t understand why complicate everything so much while it’s so easy for developers to just add that limit into ordering system. This way CS would get fewer messages of the same nature, and sellers wouldn’t stress out about things they shouldn’t stress out about.