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Old 09-23-2006, 12:13 PM
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i did

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Bullshirt, I ain't finishing out the season at a losing price. I told the customer it may change after a mow or two, and it did. There are advantages, as well as disadvantages, to not having signed contracts.

To all of the people who say, "finish the year at a loss, and raise the price next year,"
I ask this, "How many times have you done this, and kept the customer the next year?"[/QUOTE]


i have done it and keep the customer every time, just said the truth, i under bid last year and this is what it should cost and they said no porblem.

this is how you learn to bid properties, not by asking what to charge on here......and i have learned to bid accuratly now.....
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