A few weeks ago I submitted a post about an LCO bid for a 1/2 acre lawn for $18 which included edging and trimming. I placed a bid of $27.50 and another bid was $25. The lowest bid was $18 (ridiculously low) and the customer took the bid. Well...the customer called me this afternoon and wanted another bid. I returned the call and declined the opportunity to bid again since my schedule is now full. The customer seemed to be irritated that I would not give another bid...so I had to ask why he needed another bid. Seems like the low bidder can't be found and the lawn is getting overgrown. Now...I'm not trying to be a prude, but I wouldn't cut this Azzhole's lawn for twice the bid that I submitted. He's a cheapskate PITA.. and he and I both know it. Question: Would any of you LCO's go back and give him another bid or am I being un-professional by refusing.