Looking for some business advice. There is a new startup "landscaper" near me that touts his prices as the best around, and his truck as great big letters that reiterate that. I could care less about that, but... Although transitioning to hardscape for the past few years, we do still get a lot of work out of our maintenance accounts, mulching, timing, small plantings here and there etc. I have had two customers inform me that this guy approached them specifically asking what I charge, and that he'll cut my price if they go with him....not very ethical, but no law against it. He is also telling poplle that he is "cleaning up after ******'s Landscaping". However, I know he has employees who he pays cash, with no workers comp, liability, payroll taxes, etc., which allows him to be much cheaper. Question: should I feel like a jerk if I tun him in for lack of insurance, comp, etc, or should I let it just happen to him by itself, etc. I wouldn't care normally, but his nice new truck as in big letters "stonescaping", and if i lose maintenance accounts to someone, and hardscape jobs from those accounts too, i get frustrated. thoughts?