How do you fire a client?
You ever have a client you just can't work for any more? How do you end the relationship?
February 3, 2012 by Robert Koci
Once again, a great letter from a reader asking a question I am sure many of you ask yourself and many have a good answer for:
I’ve been following the Canadian Contractor website, great information and articles.
I got a topic that I never really seen anyone cover.
How do you fired a client?
I know it does sound right but sometimes you start a job and everything start great but you start to realize that the client is not worth the trouble. I not talking about walking away with the job not finished, I always finish what I start, but the same client keeps calling asking you to do different projects.
Do you jack up your rate till they doesn’t want to pay you, or do you stop answering there messages? or is better communication needed. I don’t what them to get angry at me but I’m tired of how they keep trying to push down my price, they obviously don’t value the price they put on my work.
I’ve started my company about 2 years ago, I might do $150,000 in sales this year, so we are not talking major additions, but smaller kitchens and bathroom and repair work.
What do you think? How do you fire your clients?