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When an order is considered "complete"?


#1

I delivered an order. I have no news of the buyer. So I wonder, if the buyer does not click order complete when it will be automatically?


#2

Reply to @hbconsultant:



Hi! :wink:



It’s certainly not a bad sign, you earned $4. But it’s always a good idea to ask buyer to leave a review or share experience on SM with your gig. Also, always try to overdeliver.



Edvard


#3

Reply to @kjblynx: Thank you for your reply. After this time, the buyer can replicate or say that the work is not complete.


#4
hbconsultant said: After this time, the buyer can replicate or say that the work is not complete.


Did you deliver nothing?

#5

Reply to @thepromogirl: No, I have delivered the order. The buyer has requested an additional service charge. He refused to mark the order “Done”. I offered this service. It has remained unanswered.


#6

There is no “marking the order complete/done”. Fiverr unfortunately uses terminology inconsistently with buyers and sellers. Marking as complete is really the notion of a buyer leaving you feedback. This leads to the start of the 14 day clearance period. They have 3 days to do this before the clearance starts automatically.



Just like a modification from a buyer showed up not as a modification, but a rejection to the seller. There is ño button that tells the buyer to “complete” the order, just the ability to rate, which is optional. :slight_smile:


#7

Reply to @cheezees: Hello



Thank you for joining us. I just had “ORDER COMPLETED. YOU EARNED $4” without the buyer leaves a comment. Is this a good sign?


#8

Reply to @edvard_munch: I just do. Thank you for advice