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Freelancers always have the opportunity to close a contract.
If a client closes a contract, the client WILL give feedback.
If a freelancer closes a contract, the client has the opportunity to leave feedback. The client may or may not leave feedback.
A client invited me (and other freelancers) for a test run of a project and gave contracts which he paid after we finished. After we finished the test run, the client informed me that I was not among the freelancers recruited for the job. However, the contract is still open (for the last one month now) and I feel that the contract should close. What can I do that will not affect my credibility in Upwork.
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