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I am finishing up my website for my local fitness company. But I want to do some optimizing for speed and just some general back office recommendations that should be done. I have tried w3 cache but I only made the site slower. Is it safe to outsource this to Fiverr with all my papal data set up? Or should I remove the logins and api's from the carts before I give someone privileges to the site? Or am I just paranoid that someone would scrape this financial data.
#fiverr #safe
  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    Yes, W3 Cache doesn't work well with certain website themes.

    As for Fiverr in your situation, i would say they're relatively reliable.
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  • Profile picture of the author avowzone
    I would like to source freelancer in fiverr because it's cheaper and fast
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  • Profile picture of the author OzDesign
    Fiverr is fine as long as you buy from good sellers. Look at their start ratings and read some of their buyers' feedback to get an idea of the sellers.
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  • Profile picture of the author adamar
    Fiverr is the popular and trusted freelancing site on the world, find the good seller with highest positive reviews.
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  • I think you're right be be cautious. Fiverr is notorious for copyright theft and you can't trust reviews from other customers as these are often faked. I would recommend you remove any sensitive information before allowing a complete stranger to access the site and work for you for $5. I would almost expect them to in install a backdoor or trojan for this price. Also make sure you change any credentials you provide them afterwards.
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