Thank you for requesting me again
It sounds like to performed the service and he is now refusing to compensate you.
First you need to price the value of the services you provided. If you had done something like this in the past then you can bring proof of what you got paid in the past and ask to be paid the same
in the alternative you can also figure out your own price for each portion of the services you provided (the negotiations, the transportation etc.)
or you can look at what others would charge for these services and charge the same
once you figure it out either send a demand notice or you file a law suit in small claim court
as a reminder, if you win you will be able to collect the court filing fee in addition to the recovery for the services you provided
Thank you for allowing me to assist you.
If there is an "Id" of some sort that you can recognise WHO I AM your answers will go much faster I know you deal with a lot of people and I'm trying to help. Please let me know if I can do something so you recognise me. This will be SMALL CLAIM as well
I do recognize your ID
but I do not want to assume that you already know certain things that is why I explain things sometimes several times -- that is what I mentioned small claims again.
trying to explain everything as thoroughly as possible
I understand thank you. Let's call this a Wrap. THANK YOU AGAIN
Oh! thank you so much, Please let me know. Chewing nails over here. I'll call them as well.
No problem at all, let's GO.....Do I have to repost the Q And rate you now or wait tiil we done?
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