Hi, My name is Najam**Edited for community guidelines**I am a full stack web developer.
I started working on the task and frequently upadated the client with the work. They reviewed the work and responded with "very impressive" and told me to add 2 more functionaities which were also mentioned in the job info. So, I worked on the job, It took me 2 days to complete the task with efficient and DRY Code and very descriptive comments. In the meantime I sent them Code to review and check if they are satisfied with it or not, and they replied "yes satisfied also add the left functionalities". After completing the task 100% as mentioned in the job, I sent them final work for review and after a few hours I got a reply "Thank You Najam, the task was done by someone else".
The way they reacted to my Code earlier I can clearly tell that they used my code. And I frequently updated them that I am putting in hours of work and they also replied with feedback and asked me to complete it.
I dont know where was I wrong. I would appreciate any tips and help if possible and also guide me how can I solve this kind of problem and am I allowed to share screenshots of chat or not. I was waiting for an appreciation because I coded as best as possible but their reply after hours was very degrading.
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Hi, Thank you for your response.
I think it was not contract because It was in active proposals section and I also got an email that I got interviewed and I also got free connects, I think I confused it with contacts (this is my first time) but infact it was just active proposal and I did a mistake and provided the client with solution during discussion phase.
I am going to read the resources you mentioned, thank you.
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