I am putting this here for those who might feel tempted, as I am sure the title indicates... What happened is I gave the customer one bill, then a week or so later another, but the second bill was a running or grand total (meaning it included the first bill) but I guess I didn't clarify this enough because the check was for the total of the two, so I got paid like for the grand total and then again for the total of the first. For argument's sake, say the total was for three cuts at 30 dollars each, the first bill was for two cuts at 60 then the third bill was for 90 (which is all 3 cuts and includes the 60) but I got paid 150 LOL (well it is kinda funny, I really didn't mean to do it). Great as this may seem (well it is), I credit the customer's account for the overage, then deposit the check without further ado. Being how they're regulars, it will be a few weeks before the overage is worked off but they won't see another bill for close to a month heheh... I am only saying this because I learned to never take advantage of a situation just because I can, always be honest and even if the customer makes a mistake, do not take them for a ride even if I know they would never find out, because it's bad juju. It's another way of saying watch their backdoor and don't step through it even if they accidentally leave themselves wide open. It always comes back on you, good or bad, so do good and then it's never a problem.