I won a bid on a new commercial account this year. Turned in my quote, insurance certificate, W-9, and all required info. Mowed beginning first week of April and billed May One on 30 day net terms. Mowed the month of May, and billed June 1 on 30 day net terms. Still have received no payment. I called the local office yesterday (checks are cut in a main office out of state). He gets online and says he shows no record of the check being cut. Asks me if he mentioned when I got the bid that the company only makes payments every 45 days. I tell him thats a small detail he forgot to mention. I am ticked. It was 45 days Sat. By the time the check is cut and I receive it in the mail we are talking close to 60 days for payment. I told him my creditiors didnt give me 45 days to make my payments!!! Its a small account that pays good and certainly isnt going to keep me or my family from eating, but its the principle of the thing. It's a large nation wide company and they are telling me WHEN they will pay me!!! Just needed to vent. Do I need to let it go and finish out the seaon or drop the account?? I could use the time spent on the account to do other work (that pays on time) I am behind on and even pick up another account or two. I really don't want to loose any accounts but I am really ticked about the situation. Anyone else have any 45 day paying accounts??