Hey all, it’s me again!
Sooooo, I just developed a new skill that I was contemplating monetizing on the platform, so as I was browsing through the search section I noticed one user whose cover image was that of a YouTube tutorial I remember stumbling across months ago.
The name of the Fiverr user is completely different from that of the YouTuber, and the YouTuber also has another website where they sell their art.
So I continued to dig and found more Fiverr seller artists who’s cover image might be stolen, but all other images appear to be theirs. Does it count as false advertising if the first image isn’t theirs but all others are? If the delivered gig order images are theirs but the advertised ones aren’t, should that still be reported?
Should I bother with them seeing as the medium is different to that of traditional or digital art? Or is it none of my business? Last time I talked about something like this I was accused of being jealous of the person’s success.
Seeing as some gig sellers just steal images and upload it and resell it, those I agree 100% should be reported, but what about sellers that DO deliver their own artwork but the advertising is false? Is it more akin to burger commercials where the burger advertised is NOTHING like that at the restaurant?
I’m curious to hear what the rest of you on here have to say on this subject matter in terms of this conversation.