EDIT I wrote this message earlier but it got caught up in that weird block thing…
Looking at how today’s MR ANGRY wrote to CS yesterday (over on the other forum) - the screenshots were a revelation. Could there be any more of a cack-handed way to say “I have been harmed by a loophole in your system and I am upset - can you help me to resolve this situation?”
I’m wondering if, instead of tackling the review part, you start with a polite message that tackles the unblocking issue, before running into the original why you blocked them, then revealing their further terrible conduct, then pointing out that the seller wa violating ABC in the TOS (off the top of my head: external contact, threatening/manipulative behavior, and feedback manipulation) then wrap it up?
This would move the problematic feedback down to the bottom of your complaint, while also highlighting other problematic behavior from the buyer along with Fiverr “bugs” that are causing you great distress as a longstanding etc.
You could also leverage the systematic discrepancy of your feedback msg being highlighted while their merry-go-round of bad behavior has barely been curtailed, causing you additional stress on top of what was already causing you stress. You may want to highlight that they are stalking you, too.
The bio really did say it all - how odd, that someone of his profession should specialize in inflicting it on others. But still, there is one good saying about people who pick that profession in the first place! All of this assumes that you may consider writing to CS if Captain Crazy continues on his mission, but that’s how I would tackle it. It’s all a bit of a crapshoot though.
I still haven’t forgotten the time I got called a “sub-African monkey” (in Greek) by an inboxer because I refused to talk to them in Greek. They’re still on the platform. I wasn’t even angry at their insult, but it was worth reporting.
So, IDK. Maybe not worth bothering at all, but given his continued harrassing/stalkeryness, I’d want to get my own version of events in as well. I mean, come on - he got a bad review. As any seller whining on the forum would get today: “deal with it, bitch”.