I get a call for mowing. I look at it and estimate $32.50. She calls and tells me that her guy before did it for $30 and did not use a steel blade. Me...I will match his price and use a steel blade. I mulch mow. Her...Sounds good. I call her the day I am going to do the work and tell her since it was so high I will collect (actually I still had my collecting deck on the Walker and didnt want to swap decks for one lawn). I go there collect the front with the Walker, the back I just mulched since I could not get the Walker through the deck. She calls back refusing to pay unless I come back since I did not collect the back, like I said I would do. Keep in mind that the orginal agreement was to mulch and I only said I would collect the morning before I did the job. The back looked good, but when I trimmed along the fence line, where there we leaves collected, it threw the leaves out into the lawn. Also in the corner of the lawn were a pile of leaves that I ran over with the mower, but again, I did not collect them, since it was not in the orginal agreement. What would you do? I have not called her back yet. I have already decided that I do not want this lady for the season. She wants a 10 day schedule that I already told her I refused to do. I told her I would agee to a bi-weekly mow for $30. She said she could afford $90 a month and that was it. Collecting the fron, mowing the back and getting an edge (which there was a lot) started took me an hour. No way am I doing this for $30 an hour. I just want my money this time and the hell with her for the rest of the season.