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Md E Member Since: Apr 26, 2018
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My client ended a contract and asked for refund. But we reached a mutual solution. I made a dispute request and my client accepted and send a payment of that amount. But the problem is what should I do with this page (Image)? Should I click "Accept Dispute" or "Reject Dispute"?Capture.JPG

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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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Md:

If the client has ALREADY PAID YOU, and you and he have already settled things, then there is no longer any need for a dispute. Click the "Reject Dispute" button.

 

For future reference: Clients can pay payments in any amount they want to freelancers using the Pay Bonus tool, and freelancers can send refunds in any amount (up to how much they have received on the contract) to clients.

 

So if you and a client can work things out, there is no need to use the "dispute" button at all. And no need to use the "Request Refund" button.

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Md E Member Since: Apr 26, 2018
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Thanks for your comment. But Its showing me this (image). Is that okey? Client already paied me the amount and has been added to my pending balance.Capture2.JPG

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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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re: "Thanks for your comment. But Its showing me this (image). Is that okey? Client already paid me the amount and has been added to my pending balance."

 

Oh... Ugh, you don't want to do that either!

 

You DON'T want to begin a dispute process. Because this has already been resolved.

 

And you don't want to do something that will cause any more money to go in either direction, because you and the client already worked this out.

 

This being the case, if it was me personally, I would not click either button but would file a Customer Support ticket to ask them to end the request for you to answer either way.

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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
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Wait for the mediator to contact you, and you can explain and the mediator will close out everything.

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