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Project slow... when to stop it?

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Felipe H Member Since: Sep 27, 2015
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I have had a client for a year.. and he is SOOOO slow that it's driving me crazy... An average of 30 minutes per week and a rate that is currently half of what I charge others. 

I want to stop working for him because I'm not enjoying it anymore. 

I want to give him a one month resignation notice and then close the project. 

Is there any standard way of doing this in UpWork?

 

Or maybe I'm doomed to work for a low rate with this client until the end of time?

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Jo-An B Member Since: Aug 2, 2016
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Hi Felipe,

Please go to your Contracts and select the one you want to close, once you enter contract room you would be able to locate 3 dots icon in the upper right corner and select ''end contract'' option! Please let us know if you need further help! Thank you!

~ Jo-An

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Martina P Member Since: Jul 11, 2018
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@Felipe H wrote:

I have had a client for a year.. and he is SOOOO slow that it's driving me crazy... An average of 30 minutes per week and a rate that is currently half of what I charge others. 

I want to stop working for him because I'm not enjoying it anymore. 

I want to give him a one month resignation notice and then close the project. 

Is there any standard way of doing this in UpWork?

 

Or maybe I'm doomed to work for a low rate with this client until the end of time?


 There is no protocol that you have to follow, you can end a job at any time. Just make sure you tell your client in your most professional manner that you really enjoyed working with him, but yada yada yada....

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