The website charges customers another service fee to leave tips for the sellers. It is ridiculous to think about, especially when the app suggests tips. The customer’s concern is why the system doesn’t allow them to leave a tip upon payment. That way, it falls under one transaction and one fee. According to a rough estimation, this company receives 20 to 25% from each completed gig. The fact that they get a percentage off the gig, plus fees when completing your purchase, then fees when tipping, infuriates the people.
Cases have been discovered where the clients were treated to a whole rollercoaster of emotions. One such instance was when a client had a nightmare experience with three video editors. The first one didn’t have the skills he said he did and it was apparent he never even watched the clips the customer sent him. The last two were just incredibly unresponsive. One confessed to never starting the project. The scarcity of accountability gives the people the power to impose their evil upon others. While many choose to keep the work to professional standards, some misuse this power and create chaos in the community.