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I have to agree.  I used to think it was sacrilege to refuse an offer, thinking you can still make a small profit out of it, and it's better than nothing.
But with this kind of client, it's going to backfire sooner or later.
Life is much simpler when you have clients that appreciate what you do.
 
Kevin Below
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Sent: 20 février 2006 14:36
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Subject: Re: Fees - was Re: Masonry Storage Facilities - fees!

David:
 
I have found when the client is so focused on the cost and nothing else let him take it elsewhere.  Your company will be much better off without the future headaches and lack of compensation for your work. 
 
Joe Venuti
Johnson & Nielsen Associates
Palm Springs, CA