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Daniel S wrote:
Fixed fee. I have not earned any money from it, he's only put like 5$ in
escrow. The first time it expired and terminated was because it had nothing
in escrow so I told him to do that. We agreed that I would get paid end of
the contract which is something I was also fine with
A contract closing with nothing paid (ever) hurts your JSS, so you should never "be ok" with that.....
The first time it did not expire and terminate because there was nothing in Escrow. It would never have been able to start if there had been nothing in Escrow. A Contract with money in Escrow is automatically cancelled after 90 days with nothing paid. If something has been paid under a contract, it can stay open for the rest of time with no issues.
You said you worked on the contract, so I'd suggest you request those 5 Dollars in Escro to avoid another "Nothing paid" contract hurting your already sub-optimal JSS further before the 90 days are up.
I don't understand. If you did one project for this client and he didn't like your work and never paid you, then why on earth would you agree to a second project?
A more likely scenario is that he DID like your work, used it, and just didn't want to pay you. Then he came back to you for more free work. Don't let clients take advantage of you like this.