All I have to say is, that you hurt my feelings. Fiverr is an overrated platform that is starting to become the definition of underpaying of developers. If you go to the Fiverr Forum, you will see and you will read that literally every seller complains about the platform, the prices, the customers and the entire organization of the site.
I was a seller on the Fiverr platform for 1 year. And that one year, was more than enough to burn me and to make me hate programming. I was constantly met with customers not willing to pay me enough for what I made for them. Once, I made a bot for a cryptocurrency community, which grew extremely fast. I worked on the bot for literal days, in and out. I probably spent 30 hours creating the bot, and for what price? $40. The customer constantly wanted revisions here and there, even though I made everything precisely to the details they listed when ordering.
You probably wonder what I earned on that platform? $2000, minus the 20%, minus some of the customers who chargebacked. I ended up with $1400, which is already low enough.
When you pay someone $5 for creating you a logo, then be my guest. All you’re doing is contributing to unoriginal and copied work, making the ones who charge $50 for a logo - who actually spend time with you, the customer, and are experienced and are able to reflect this in what they produce, vanish. I am not saying that everyone on the platform who sell things for $5 are bad and do this. Because the ones who don’t get customers, are the ones who delete their account, or go bankrupt. Then they have to adjust their already low prices down, even more.
To add, originally, I set my prices to $20 for a simple Discord bot, which would take me an hour or two to make, how many purchases did I get? None. I went down to $10 for the exact same bot, how many purchases? None. At least not before going down to $5 for the same bot. Now at $5, I got probably 10 orders within a week. The result of this? $40 and a horrible weekend.
People need to make a living off of something, and paying them less than a minimum hour wage for several hours’ work doesn’t give people something to live off. Instead, they just hate their hobby (which they previously thought they could work on for a long time ahead), which they really enjoyed, because people simply were underpaying or not interested in paying minimum wage at all.