At approximately 8:30 pm est, Fiverr the Israel based online marketplace had apparently crashed again. This is not the first crash for the site; in fact this is just one of many in a long line inconvenient outages.
The sites long history for down time is evident by the comments that span the course of more than a year at isitdownrightnow.com. While some of the comments showcased here are polite and patient, others are filled with obvious discourse for the Fiverr site and staff.
A comment from Face book user Robert Palmer who oddly has no profile image had this to say; "Have not been able to retrieve my Fiverr order or access website for the last 7 days. What the *%@# is going on with Fiverr?"
The Fiverr site, while loved by some seems to have a group of not so loving sellers and buyers. It is fairly obvious to an outsider that this site has many problems that probably stem from lack of support and possibly even concern.
While Fiverr will most likely be back up and running soon enough. The problems they have with an unhappy legion of social networkers will not likely go away as fast. Solutions problems with the site been placed in suggestion boxes in the form of comments on sites like Face book and Twitter all across the internet.
The real question is what will they do with them?