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Unprofessional conduct of a client: ***

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Ma Yvette G Member Since: May 1, 2017
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I have a complain regarding a client *** Edited for Community Guidelines ***....His instructions were not clear and because of that I was not able to meet his expectations. Instead of making me revise the articles, he made some unprofessional statements that are very offensive. 


Please note on this client. Thanks

Community Guru
Ryan C Member Since: Feb 3, 2017
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Hello Ma,


I'm sorry to hear that. I would like to recommend that you should communicate with your client clearly about the scope of the project before accepting a contract in order to avoid conflicts. You may ask questions if there's something bothering your mind. Having a good relationship with your clients help you deliver a quality work. Thank you.

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Jeff R Member Since: Apr 17, 2015
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If the clients initial criteria for the job didn't match up with his final expectations for the job - then the client is at fault.


But you mentioned that the clients instructions were unclear. In future, you shouldn't take on a job if you are unclear of the requirements. Confirm what is expected from the job before accepting a contract.

As for the rude client - don't waste your time on him. Ignore him and move on.