Emilija D wrote:
I am scared to do that. Also as a uni student the money for arbitration are a lot for me. Can the client seek legal action if I don’t click on summit work? Also for mediation and arbitration does both sides have to agree to start the process or only one?
For only 150$ do pay 291$.... I am genuinely very very anxious and scared. I don’t want to make a mistake.
Fear is the little death.
re: "Can the client file a dispute if I don’t click submit work nor charge him?"
If you closed the contract and didn't charge him anything, there is nothing for him to dispute.
You could do that and block him, and there is nothing he could do about it.
The work would still belong to you, as well.
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