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graph "remaining"

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Valery G Member Since: May 1, 2017
11 of 13

It comes from the following letter:

 

"Valery,

That number you see in your contract details is the difference between the budget you and the freelancer agreed to originally and what was paid on the contract to date.

Valeria"

 

We never agreed on any budget.

That is the beginning of implanted mistake in conversation.  There was no budget.

 

Val

 

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Lena E Community Manager Member Since: Apr 7, 2015
12 of 13

Valery, for each milestone you set a budgeted amount, which you then send to the freelancer to accept. The milestones you've sent, 4 of them, are added together and that total becomes the amount you budgeted for this contract. 

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Valery G Member Since: May 1, 2017
13 of 13

“Valery, for each milestone you set a budgeted amount, which you then send to the freelancer to accept. “

 

It was not exactly like you were saying. This is your fantasy, and actual situation was very different.

Nevertheless, the graph “REMAINING” has its own meaning that I owe to the company fees and to the freelancer money.

 

That is wrong,

 

Val

 

 

 

 

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