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I started multiple gigs on Fiverr.com that are similar to things already allowed on the website. My third gig, was denied for copyright infringement because some third party claimed to own the act of reviewing.
Here is my e-mail on the gig.
This all happened after already having approved it in the first place. So I write to them this:
So they wrote back with
They marked it as resolved on the wrong gig, which is still active. If they meant reviews were not allowed on the site, then why is this here
The difference between my gig and this? I offered honest and objective reviews because these people’s clients deserve honesty. Instead, I guess, Fiverr’s policy is that fraudulent reviews are marketable and mine are not, even though an alleged third company complained.
If I were you, I would stay away from this company!
I’ve had reason to suspect this website was a fraud for a while and I decided that I cannot allow such to go unnoticed, thus, I bit the bullet and rest assured, I got my evidence. Finally, I’ll be able to do something about it. I want everyone to read this and know to protect themselves.
Here is screen capped evidence that such is meant to only take your money. You have to remember somethings about websites and buys:
1. You cannot go by the look of a site. It can look like complete shit and be gold, but it could also be nice and a scam. Here we have the low scale look and the high-scale scam.
2. Anyone can obviously put a fake “Verified” sign on
3. When in doubt, look around the net. Nothing is better than personal reviews and as I said, I want to protect people from being screwed over. Here now, I present the evidence. Sure as such, my I.Q. is 25 for having to buy into this to protect people from such horrible websites. Notice how the thing is full of contradictions? How can one be successful in life, but still be mentally challenged? At the very least, it implies I’ll be as famous as Paris Hilton, but I’d rather not.
So if you come across this site, stay away. I’ve done the work, so you do not have to and now you know the truth.
I advise looking for a brick and motor type of place, so to speak, in order to find the best I.Q. test available. Not that you’ll need one, but since I like to challenge myself and attempt these things, occasionally, to find holes within them, I did this one.
1/2 Star out of 5.
Be on the look out for this e-mail address as well. Iqscale@yahoo.com