@Vaibhav K wrote:
Can a client leave feedback after ending contract? He ended contact with no feedback ? Is it possible for him to give feedback after ending contract with no feedback
It is completely impossible for a client to end a contract without giving you feedback. If the client ended the contract, they WILL and MUST have left feedback.
The feedback left will appear after you have also left feedback for the client or after 14 days, whichever comes sooner.
But it is showing no feedback given . Actually he ended contract after giving me less amount than agreed amount.
My question is it possible for him to give me review in future
Hi! I had a question tailing the other one. Is there a point where it's too late to leave feedback for a client? I was struggling on what to say b/c I wanted to cool down but also to be reasonable and honest in my feedback. It's been about 19 days and now I don't have the option. Did I mess up and wait too long to provide feedback? Thank you!
@Michelle S wrote:
Hi! I had a question tailing the other one. Is there a point where it's too late to leave feedback for a client?
Yes, 14 days after the contract closed.
I'm not so sure about that. I remember several instances where I have scoped out a potential client's feedback, (both what freelancers gave them and what they gave other freelancers) and they had not given a client any feedback (and it was after the 14 days).
I can confirm Petra's post. The feedback period is 14 days from the end of a contract. On cases just like the one you've mentioned where only one party leaves feedback, then it will be posted after the 14-day period has expired. The system is double-blind, which means that feedback won’t be visible until both parties provide it for each other.