Originally Posted by A. W. Landscapers, Inc.
1. You showed up
2. You assessed the property
3. You happened to quote them a price that they determined was a reasonable price for you to be charging for your services
4. They hired you because your price was at or below the maximum amount they were willing to pay
5. You cut the lawn on a weekly basis
6. The client decides your price is higher than they want to pay
7. You refuse to lower your price
8. The client fires you because your price is now higher than they are willing to pay
8. a. The client hires another company who quotes them a price that they determined was a reasonable price for this company to be charging for their services
9. Your former client is unhappy with their current lawn service provider and asks you to come back
10. You quote a price $5 higher than the old price
11. You happened to quote them a new higher price that they determined was still a reasonable price for you to be charging for your services
12. They hired you because your price was at or below the maximum amount they are now willing to pay
Is this "any easier for you"?
They hired me back at a higher rate because they need their lawn cut, realized the grass wasn't greener somewhere else and agreed to pay more. Whether you like it or not sometimes we have to pay up and sometimes more than we want. Goes for many things.
Is that any easier for you to understand?
Seems many have a problem when its said that the customer runs your business and sets your prices rather than the other way around. We charge fair prices. Lots of good customers out there that you don't have to deal with the squabblers.
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