DSA FAQs

  1. Are all of the freelancers required to go through the verification process and fill out this information?
    The first implementation of the regulation will be starting on February 17th, 2024, for new users registered on Fiverr. Fiverr will be contacting existing users throughout 2024 to request additional information and verification. Confirming and providing your details is essential in order to comply with EU laws, and if you’ve been contacted, you’ll be given a deadline to go through this process.

  2. How can I edit or update my personal or business information?
    If you selected that Fiverr is not your primary job or profession, you will be able to update your status in your profile settings page. However, if you're using Fiverr as your primary job or profession, you can only update any changes to your information or status by contacting Fiverr's customer support. 

  3. What happens if I don’t complete the information on time?
    If your business information is not complete by the deadline you’ve been given, any Gig creation will be blocked and you will not be able to sell on Fiverr.

  4. I sell on Fiverr as or for a company, does this new regulation still apply?
    Yes, after determining your Seller status, you’ll need to answer if your business is registered or not, and then you will be required to fill in the business registration number of the company you work for.

  5. I don’t know what my business registration number is, how do I get it?
    The term business identification number may vary by location. Although this list is not exhaustive, this number may be known by the following names:

    Entity number or ID
    Business number or ID
    Department number or ID
    Company number
    Incorporation number
    Filing number
    Document number
    Control number
    Organization number
    Charter number
    License number
    Registry number

To find out about business registration or individual identification requirements in your specific country, please contact your local relevant government authority. 

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