Noticed a lot of threads lately using the terms "lowballer" and "scrub" interchangeably. Traditionally, a "lowballer" was a contractor who knew what he was doing by taking advantage of a person by giving a low bid, then coming back later after the job was started, saying there is going to be additional cost to do the job that wasn't included in his original bid. A "scrub" on the other hand, is someone who undercharges because of ignorance or lack of experience. He's the one who thinks, since his mower is paid for, he no longer has any expenses. He can't figure out why everyone else is so stupid that they can't operate their business on 100% net profit margin like he does. He has "been in business for 15 years" yet is only 21 y.o. He tells people sharpening blades is a waste of time because dull blades cut just as good. He doesn't have a clue what CPA stands for. And thinks that at age 21 knows everything there is to know about running a business. Is there any other terms that should be included in a glossary on this site?