Buying cheap SEO services doesn't always mean it's a low value service.
I always love browsing around online and seeing people post something like this on a person complaining about a service... "Well, you get what you pay for!"
This isn't exactly true because I've bought plenty of cheap services that should cost at least 5 times what they are being sold for. Am I going to tell the service provider that they can make a lot more for the service they're providing? Probably not lol. But just because a service is cheap, doesn't mean it's necessarily bad.
I'm actually buying around 10 $5.00 services each month from one seller because it should be $50. The service is done manually and over the course of 30 days. Doing it manually means that they are getting my links on websites that software usually can't access due to captchas and other security measures to make sure you're human. I also like that it's done manually over 30 days because that's basically a drip feed of my links and if I order 10 of these and aim them at 10 different pages of my site, it boosts everything muahahahaha!
Some services are priced pretty low due to the simple fact that the seller is in a county that they can offer the service so cheap but still profit a lot. A good example of this would be if a seller is from India or the Philippines. These two countries have an excellent exchange rate for sellers because you can buy a ton of stuff for just $5.00 USD. If you had $5.00 in the US you could get half of a value meal at McDonalds, but if you had $5.00 USD in India you could buy a small house lol well, not really. But $5.00 in India goes a lot further than it does in the US.
If you're worried about a cheap service here on SeoClerks, just look at the previous buyers reviews and judge them that way. You can also see their approval rating and get an idea of how well their services are. If it's a new seller and the service seems too good to be true, take a chance on them and sometimes you'll be pleasantly surprised I started purchasing from a new seller last year and his service was $10. Now he's an X3 level member and his service is now $40 I think someone told him it was worth more than what he was selling it for lmao.
Well, that's my overview on why you shouldn't always ignore cheap services. They're not always a low value service