You will have to cut your losses and move on. However, there are two things you can do, even though you won't get paid.
1) You can report the client for non-payment.
2) You can inform the client that since he or she has not paid you, then you still own the work and that if you see it anywhere on the Internet you will ask for a DMCA (a removal notice) and also that you will be free to sell it to anyone else and/or use it as a portfolio piece.
Manual hours are tricky, so don't ever do it unless you know your client extremely well, and even then be careful.
You are protected by the fixed-rate or tracked hourly payment methods, which you can read about here. https://support.upwork.com/hc/en-us/articles/211063668-Get-Paid-for-Hourly-Contracts (make sure you read the link about hourly protection) and here for fixed-price contracts: https://support.upwork.com/hc/en-us/articles/211063718-Get-Paid-for-Fixed-Price-Contracts
Also it seems to me that the OP put her last name in place of her first name. Not a big deal unless one doesn't want to disclose it publicly.
Paillieux C wrote:
Happy to see that on Upwork you can be judge by this kind of mistake when you just ask for help 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Nobody "judged" you, Rene merely pointed it out to help you.....
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