What has happened to Fiverr’s Support Group? Fiverr Supports Scam is going to try and answer this question for you.
In this blog, I’ve outlined what Fiverr Support has been doing in my efforts to exposing this sleazy seller that goes by the handle name FullTimeSEO. In my previous blog, I’ve taken the transcript we used in the order form and outlined in great detail everyday’s events that occurred so you could see and judge for yourself if in fact, FullTimeSEO is a scammer based on my bad luck.
It high-lights every asspect of the gig I hired FullTimeSEO to accomplish and points out his deceiving practice and the threats he’s made against me and my livelihood. If you go back and review that blog Fiverr Scam FullTimeSEO you’ll see exactly what Fiverrs Support personal sees. And that is what we’re going to review today.
I’m enclosing what Fiverr Support or lack there of is doing in this case. Hopefully you’ll see the true Fiverr in this blog and make up your mind if these are the types of people you want to conduct your business with. If anything, it should certainly raise some suspicion as to how Fiverr management is conducting their business these days.
It’s lengthy and I apologize for that, but I didn’t want to leave out any facts or detail so you could decide for yourself if Fiverr Supports Scam is in fact harboring scammers for their own benefit.
This is basically where I left off in my previous blog called Fiverr Scam FullTimeSEO: If you haven’t read it yet, this blog might be a bit confusing to follow. It would be best to start with Fiverr Scam FullTimeSEO and than come back to reading this blog.
This was the sellers latest response and why I submitted a Support Ticket:
If you value the safety of your video or your channel it would be best to leave this thing alone, just saying…
And now I know the first statement the seller used these exact words wasn’t just hear say, it was in fact a threat just as clearly as this one is.