Ashton Deroy Writes: I am actually sorry this has to go up at all. “LOL JK I love these catty service reviews!”
If you don’t know and you are wondering. “What is the Queer Brand Experience?” Relax, it is mostly a gay guy behind his keyboard shit talking a ton of brands on the internet & messing with people.
“I am still concerned”, You might say out of stress. Listen I shut this down over the advice from the same guy who told me I shouldn’t start my own business, that people paying for my service was disturbing, & that I didn’t have enough skill.
To him I say, “Search my name b*****!” I show up, do you? I don’t care.
Review is for
The medium of purchase: https://www.fiverr.com/localseodude
So maybe this bad review is partially my fault. I know what I expected from an internet ad vendor, but I definitely didn’t get what I wanted from Cheefly.
Here is the summarized experience:
What I did wrong? I am pretty eager to get my team paid. So on Fiverr admittedly I didn’t check on his work before approving payment. I should have made him revise the pitch. Then sadly Fiverr doesn’t let you rate them during the service part of the purchase. From there I had to speak up.
The good part from this? Queer Brand Experience made a guest appearance on the Ashton Deroy web page 🙂
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