Just wondering if anyone services customers who don't speak ANY english, or very, very little. About a week ago, a guy stopped me while I was out mowing. He can speak about 3 words of english, if that, but doesn't understand any at all. Told him it was going to be $65, I wrote the price down on paper, and from what I could tell it was more than he wanted to pay. The lawn was terribly long, hadn't been cut in over a week, and at $65 he probably would have had a deal on his hands. I wouldn't have made off with tons of money, but I wasn't on the shallow end either. I did give him my phone number before I left. I got a message on my phone today, instantly know it was this guy, he was fumbling through some sort of message, have no idea what he was trying to say except for something about "tomorrow morning" and he left his phone number. I can only assume that the lawn is even longer than it was now, in which I would have to charge even more for extra time, but how could I ever explain the situation to the guy? That and I don't know if I want a customer who I can't even communicate with, just doesn't seem like it would be easy to do anything. Thoughts?