I doubt it. It just means that more scammers know what buzzwords to say to try and get a refund. Alternatively, it could be one scammer with multiple accounts.
In writing, people start friendly then switch to evil after delivery saying “You wrote this with spinning software.” In video I get, “I can’t see the video,” and occasionally, “the video is broken.”
In almost every case, the buyer can be identified as already using work by publishing content on their site.
LOL. These are usually the same people who reject writing deliveries because “ur english not gud.”
You might want to say in your order requirements that for context it is a good idea for buyers to give you a link to their website. I do this (and I legitimately need it when creating things like a sales copy). In doing so, I know where to look when a buyer pulls this kind of stunt. If they have published what I have delivered, they then get a full brief from me concerning what is going to happen next. (Not good things.)