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Old 10-08-2012, 09:41 PM
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if you didn't sign any sort of no compete agreement then why not? If you do a better job and thats what the customers want then go for it. It's america, get what you can. The only time I wouldn't agree with it is if you simply went around offering a lower price for the same services they're already providing aka lowballing. But if you are offering a better service for the same price or higher then why not? It's not your fault you will provide quality than the previous company. However trying to take business because you don't like who you worked for and want to rub it in their face instead of wanting to gain the customers because you know you can do a better job will bite you in your butt. Revenge with no reason won't get you far
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