It was one of my first yards I've ever got, it was underbid from the start, I raised my prices this season and this yard was the only one I did not get a reply(via email). When I started a few years back, we negotiated the price per cut(should've been a red flag there), took the job. Last year, her daughter(mom is elderly) had a rental nearby who lived out of state. I quoted my price through the elder customer, yet another series of negotiation. The rental sold in just a matter of days, so only got one cut in. Daughter sends me a thank you card with a check for my original quoted amount and states her mom is known to drive a hard bargain. This season, I put my foot down and gave a firm price, a week goes by with no reply, I assume she is shopping around. I decide to send another email to let them know (very kindly of course) it is time to go separate routes. It only took her 30 minutes to reply with a thanks and that she understood. It felt great to pull the plug, overall, the yard wasn't worth the time or energy put into it vs what I was getting in return. Now I'll be focusing on the ones that are priced right and must say....it feels good knowing I won't be doing that yard going forward.