I am so sick of scammers. One scammer makes me less likely to accept orders from 10 new customers just due to the sheer stress. What I want to know, though, is who is passing around the secret scammer rule book? - i.e. How do waves of buyers seem to follow the exact same pattern of scammer behavior without (apparently) being connected?
Every once in a while, I get a buyer who starts pestering me for delivery, despite an order already having been delivered.
It starts with a friendly, “Hi, No rush but I really need this asap.” (For an order delivered hours earlier while the buyer was online.)
Then it quickly descends into insensible:
"I can’t see it."
"Can you send me the file via email?"
"How do I know you did the work?"
"What you have sent is broken."
No. Stop talking . You have apparently been a member of Fiverr for 2-years. Don’t tell me that you don’t know what a delivered order looks like, ESPECIALLY when accidentally making references to the work you can’t see such as, "I don’t like where you put the logo."
Please, can someone just link me to where the ‘Rules for Rogues’ rulebook is being circulated? At least that way I’d be able to track the author down and give them a good flogging…