In October 2015, Amazon (USA) announced that it will take legal action against 1,114 Fiverr salespeople who offered fake product reviews on the platform. Fiverr himself is not affected by the lawsuit, and he assures Amazon that he can help identify the accused. Fiverr has stated that these services violate the guidelines of the platform and are deleted by the administrators according to user reports.
Fiverr facilitates the purchase and sale of microjobs online, the so-called gigs. The range of gigs ranges from the graphic creation of business cards or application documents, help with programming, working from online office assistants to the birthday video that is sung by a doll. Fiverr is currently available in English, French, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese. The terms and conditions do not allow other languages to allow administrators to review new gigs.
In January 2017, he was accused of anti-Semitism. Fiverr blocked the account, despite the apology of PewDiePie. A few weeks later The Wall Street Journal reported that since August 2016 PewDiePie has used anti-Semitic jokes or Nazi images in nine videos. February 13, 2017 Maker Studios severed the contract with PewDiePie. Google excluded Chelberg from the Google Preferred program, which allows popular bloggers to earn more money on advertising, and also canceled Scare PewDiePie on YouTube Red.