[details=My Optional Story]I recently came across a “meanie” who ordered a whiteboard video with subtitles.
He changed the script thrice after I delivered the video.
I changed it all the three times and delivered the video stating that further changes would cost him.
He vanished for 5 days and came back with a statement that I did a great job but how he created a “blunder”.
He, again, made a “small” mistake with his logo and company name and was not impressed with the voice(which incidentally was his own)
He asked me to make the change for free and remove the voice as well.
I asked him to pay the revision to which he, reluctantly, agreed.
He accepted my custom order and put a 4.7 on the first order. It hurt a little as it was my first less than 5 and how I paid for his mistakes.
But it has made me stronger as this was the first time I, finally, spoke for myself. I asked for extras for their mistakes.
A 5-star is still encouraging but self-respect costs more. :)[/details]
This question is to all the Fiverr seniors. What was that moment, review or experience that made you less caring about a review especially a 5-star?