I recently made a purchase from a top rated Fiverr seller who had dozens of gigs and thousands of positive ratings.
The gig was a total scam. It did not deliver what was promised. What was delivered was utterly worthless.
I went back on the confirm this was a top seller on Fiverr. My gig had NO negative ratings. Unless you look at the actual ratings.
Notice the first rating. That is accurate. Somehow false Fiverr reviews are being placed, and negative ones scrubbed. No was even one actual buyer gave this gig a good review.
Fiverr is a joke.
Fiverr is a scam.
Do not use Fivver.
Is caching redirects really such a smart and useful thing for a browser to do? Well, the developers of Google Chrome seem to think so. There is much discussion on the Interwebs defending this behavior. A lot of useless advice as well – “Just clear your cache,” “Just view source,” “Just use incognito mode once, then exit.” None of that works as explained here:
The other defense seems to be that it is only developers that have the problem. Not so. If you ever have the misfortune of hitting a site that you use often when it is down for maintenance, you will know what I mean. No, it hasn’t been down for a week – just switch to another browser for a couple of months until Chrome forgets its mistake.