All gigs have the potential to make money, but some are in higher demand. Treat it like a physical market, convenience your potential clients as much as you can. Remember that with each order you deliver, you have the opportunity to grow/upsell.
I think you already know not to do it. It's a violation of their ToS yes, but it's not about being "caught", it's about loosing everything you have worked to build. It hasn't been 24 months yet or you wouldn't be asking this question, so here's my advice.
Any real benefits from Fiverr Pro? To me the faq page basically says "regular fiverr is highly unprofessional environment without serious buyers. Full of non-elite peers, payment hassles, and managers that ignore you ---- but fiverr pro is the opposite of those things." Talk me into using Fiverr Pro