I think that paying before receiving a service is not good business. Dont know that all would agree with me as there are some vendors that sell their services here on WF and else where that you pay first and they produce a great service and on time.
It seems that everyone wants to be paid first then give the service but then guess what happens. Life gets in the way and they have nothing but excuses why they didnt provide on time. Even then they will sometimes provide you with crap.
This has happened to me more than once here on WF and then you have to go thru filing a claim with PayPal and then play the waiting game.
I beleive that there should be a 50% payment at the start to show good faith and then when you are happy with the work pay the balance and even pay extra if you feel it is warranted.
When someone already has your money in full then it is too easy for them to not meet the deadline. If they dont have all the money then they have incentive to complete and with quality.
Am I the only one that feels this strong on this issue?
Should you pay before or after a service?
You need cash immediately, but customers are paying 30 or even 60 days after service is rendered
. Late payments stretch financial resources, and late or nonexistent payments from a large client can be a disaster. Get some or all of your clients to pay upfront in order to avoid cash-flow woes. more
Can you pay off Greek military service?
In 2004, the Greek Parliament passed a law stating that men over the age of 35 would be allowed to buy off their military obligation after attending 45 days of basic training
. Currently the amount required to do this is 8,505 euro. more
How do I pay through goods and services? How do I use PayPal goods and services?
- Enter the phone number, contact name or email address of the person you're sending money to, or select a contact that's already attached to your account.
- Enter the payment amount, and add a note if you like.
- Select “Paying for an item or service” in the pop-up that appears.
Does Florida Medicaid pay for out of state services? Florida Medicaid does not reimburse for services provided to recipients when they are out of the United States
(U.S.), or for services rendered by providers who are not in the U.S. returning to Florida. more
Why do service based companies pay less?
Why companies like TCS, Infosys pay very less salary to their employees? Primary reason is that supply is more than the demand
- For any position 100s of people do apply. Other IT services companies do offer in the same range - new salary or hike. more
Do Foreign Service Officers pay taxes? You are taxed on your worldwide income, even though you live and work abroad
. However, you may receive certain allowances and have certain expenses that you generally do not have while living in the United States. more
Which pay service is best? The 10 Best Mobile Payment Services of 2022
- PayPal - Best for Online Shopping.
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- Circle Pay - Best for USD Coin Payments.
- Adyen - Best for Enterprise Businesses.
- Authorize.net - Best for New Businesses.
- Azimo - Best for International Transfers.
- Lightspeed - Best POS for Retail Stores.
Can you refuse to pay a service charge? No, there's no obligation to tip or to pay an optional service charge
. Oh, and that different countries have different customs, it's not nice to visit and call our customs crazy. more
Do you pay for a service on a lease car? It's entirely your responsibility to maintain the vehicle during your lease
. That means covering the cost of repairs if needed and paying for services and MOTs, if applicable. As part of your lease agreement and following the manufacturer's warranty's terms, you have to keep the vehicle serviced. more
Can a restaurant force you to pay a service charge? If a restaurant doesn't include a service charge, it's up to you whether to pay it
. If it's only the service that is unsatisfactory, you can't deduct money from the part of the bill that covers the cost of the meal. more
Can I refuse to pay service charge in restaurant?
Section 2 (42) of the Consumer Protection Act deems it an unfair practice, she says. “Irrespective of whether it is mentioned in the menu or not, the consumer can always refuse to pay the service charge as the discretion lies with them on the basis of their satisfaction
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