Unpaid Client Exposed as Hypocrite When the Bill Comes Due

Things you wanted to say to frustrating clients, but didn’t.

Well, you still haven’t been able to fabricate that piece of paper.

To the customer who asked me, “You can’t get it done in less than four weeks?” after I had sent him the deposit invoice and he hadn’t gotten his part done — sending the check — in more than six weeks.

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