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Old January 05, 2019, 07:11   #30
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Originally Posted by CG&L View Post
The 'properly funded' thing isn't really correct.

A lot of customers want to try something out to see if they 'like it'. You either need the part or you don't. What does 'like it ' mean?

And that's really a best case scenario. Most people it seems want to 'borrow it for the weekend'.

I have a small shop and don't charge before a part is shipped or a service is completed but really can't blame anyone who does. There's too many people out there that want something for nothing.

My shop is 'properly funded' but I'll be making some changes with restocking fees and charging in advance for some services.
In some businesses you pay part when contract is signed, part on each milestone, and the remaining upon delivery.
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