Top 10 Fiverr Alternatives / Fiverr Clones

Here is a list of Fiverr alternatives / Fiverr clones. All of them use PayPal as the payment solutions. Some offer AlertPay as well. Withdrawal fee is standard PayPal fee 2% or maximum $1.

Fittytown
Service prices: $50
Funds withdrawal: after 10 days
Commission: 15%
Minimum withdrawal: $40

Fivesquids
Service prices: £5
Funds withdrawal: after 14 days
Commission: 20%
Minimum withdrawal: none

Gigbucks
Service prices: $5, $10, $15, $20, $25
Funds withdrawal: after 10 days
Commission: $1 for $5, $2 for $10, $3 for $15, $4 for $20, and $5.5 for a $25 job
Minimum withdrawal: $3

GigMe5
Service prices: $5
Funds withdrawal: after 1 day
Commission: 15%
Minimum withdrawal: $14

JustaFive
Service prices: $5, $10, $20
Funds withdrawal: after 10 days
Commission: 20%
Minimum withdrawal: $2

MyCheapJobs
Service prices: $5, $10, $15, $20
Funds withdrawal: after 14 days
Commission: 20%
Minimum withdrawal: none

Outsourcerr
Service prices: $5
Funds withdrawal: after 10 days
Commission: $1

Telegigz
Service prices: $1, $5, $10, $20, $50
Funds withdrawal: after 1 day
Commission: 20%

TenBux
Service prices: $5, $10
Funds withdrawal: after 2 days
Commission: 20%
Minimum withdrawal: $8

Twentyville
Service prices: $20
Funds withdrawal: after 10 days
Commission: 15%
Minimum withdrawal: $40

Zeerk
Service prices: $2, $5, $10, $15, $25, $50, $75, $100
Funds withdrawal: same day
Commission: $0.25 for $2, $0.5 for $5, $2 for $10, $3 for $15, $4 for $25, $8 for $50, $10 for $75, and $12 for a $100 job

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5 Comments

  1. Alex says:

    Did you happen to review http://www.gigpayrr.com

  2. Ben says:

    I had a look through most of these and some suggestions on those fiverr likes are poor. Aweful looking sites and not porofessional at all. http://www.bluegig.com looks quite nice as does a few others like gigbux but I do prefer the look of bluegig.com. I heard that bluegig are intorducing two payment methods to compete as I know from reading reviews some people want the use of paypal and I read somewhere they are introducing this, Great news for most people. I’ts nice to have choice but some this choice is very poor. I’d stick to the recomended ones or ones that look professional.

    What I don’t get is how most of these sites get away without displaying their business registration number? It’s a legal requirement in the UK not sure about the US.

    Ben

  3. Don says:

    Did you review http://www.fivestead.com

    It’s a new site, but professional and quality with features like push to top to allow active sellers to promote their work. It’s good to have options. Thanks.

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