This guy calls me the other day wants an estimate for clean-up and regular mowing. I show up write everything down on a proposal sheet, he signs it with out blinking. The next day I show back up to do the clean-up and have a contract in hand. I go to the door and as soon as I mention the words "sign a service agreement" he becomes real uneasy and begins to sigh real loud. He looks at the paper and with in a few seconds, he says, "I'm not signing this" I ask why. He says he doesn't want to sign anything that will "come back to haunt him", which i don't see how it can. After little more discussion, I said, well sorry, maybe you can find someone else and begin to walk back to the truck. He says, no wait, I'll pay in advance. He went inside and came back with $125.00 cash for the clean-up, so i went ahead and did it. At this point he still wants to be a regualr maintenance customer. We haven't started cutting yet, so should I just let this one go? BTW: its only a $25.00 grass cut, so losing it wouldn't really be much of a loss.