Just delete the gig, Boom. Bad review removed. You keep monies, Fiverr keeps monies, Buyer doesn’t even know what’s happened.
Catch? You lose all your good reviews. But that’s OK, because here’s a new great idea from a meksell, whose entrepreneurial spirit should be applauded.
This loophole will close up soon, folks, but not that soon as Fiverr never checks these forums. So go wild! Quit begging! Quit complaining! Rule the world once again with your awful service, poor delivery and non-existent skills and “subtle” review rings.
Don’t forget to offer your services for free as they’re either worthless or expensive in the bad “shoot, you totally fawksed up my business” way!
I will come up with a new loophole when that’s done–but the net is shrinking. And you look delicious. So get in that net so you can be caught all the easier. Why, I bet you didn’t even read this far.
You’re not off the hook either, Fiverr. Read what your bloody community has to say. Stop having parties that violate your own TOS. LISTEN TO YOUR USERS.
Anyway, there’s the goddamn loophole, go wild. But the risks are all evident in this post. (SECRET TIP–>) don’t do it because you’re waving a neon flag above your head. But like I said, you don’t read, so… bye!